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please help me


First of all I know kissing is not without risk, but I worry derived from blood-borne, I have gingivitis, I was worried about whether the other oral large amounts of blood to my mouth.

If there is “AMOUNTS OF BLOOD” contact to my gingivitis wound ,How many rates of infection is?  
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No confirmed cases of kissing transmitting HIV irrespective of gum disease. Does increase your theoretical risk for oral, but the risk still remains theoretical.
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thank you!
I want to know the differentbetween theoretical and actual ?

Bloodstream infections if I need a big wound?
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from the hiv experts here at medhelp:

"Kissing is no risk, even deep ("French") kissing and even with a person who sores on their mouth or has gum or dental disease."   DR HOOK

"Of course no risk. HIV is not transmitted by kissing, even with sores in the mouth.

Despite the billions of kissing events in the AIDS era, not one case of HIV has been known to be transmitted that way, even though millions of those kisses undoubtedly were with cuts in the mouth or on the lips."  
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Is it no matter with" large amounts of blood "or"a big wound"?  thank you!!!
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No, still no risk.
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