Welcome to our Forum. I have researched this topic carefully and there is no evidence that hepatitis B, like HIV, is ever transmitted by kissing or any sore. This is true whether or not there is blood in the mouth from either person, sores in either persons mouth, etc. The topic is not even mentioned in textbook chapters on hepatitis transmission.
There are reports of hepatitis B being transmitted by dentist TO and FROM patients in the course of dental procedures and this is thought to result from the penetration of infected material DEEP into tissue. Kissing and other casual exchange of secretions however is not a risk and should not cause concern.
I hope my comments will relieve and anxiety you might have. EWH
What about syphillis ?Should I worry about it ?
No. this is not a concern either. You should not be worried. EWH
I contacted the girl and convinced her to do the following :
VDRL/RPR - negative...
Is this ok ? Is my risk zero now ?
It was almost zero before. Your risk for these STDs in now zero, based on your partner's test results.
That will be it for this thread. Take care. EWH
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