A 36-year-old male asked:
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hi dr does french deep kiss with tongue contract hiv.there is no cuts,sores or bleeding , is it possible that there is blood i did not feel and do i need test , regards ?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
33 years experience Pediatrics
Depends on details: If one person in a couple has HIV, then the other person might catch HIV. So, the most important question is, "Who has HIV?" If neither person has HIV, then French kissing all week will still not lead to any HIV, as you can't get something from nothing. Adults interacting with others may do annual HIV screening. Non-bloody oral activities are not expected to transmit HIV unless people are unlucky.
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