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can you tell me what you suggest if someone has hiv and their mouth is pouring blood and they spit blood in my mouth can i get hiv?

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Dr. David Mjos
43 years experience Dentistry
YES: You need to be tested for hiv.
Answered on Jul 22, 2016

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