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Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more


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How high is it for me to get hiv, french kissed with my roof of mymouth scraped from food I ate. Kissed once barely tongue. How many get infeced?

Rare to get infected: It would be very, very unlikely to get infected unless the roof of your mouth was bleeding and he had wounds on the tongue. But the big question is and advice is why become sexually involved with an HIV person, and you need to ask anyone who gets physical about sexually transmitted diseases of all types and take precaution.

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How rare is it to get hiv/aids from french kiss if both partners have open cuts. But only kissed twice. With barley tongue?

How rare is it to get hiv/aids from french kiss if both partners have open cuts. But only kissed twice. With barley tongue?

Asked and Answered: It is impossible. If you have HIV you did not get it from the scenario you are describing. Your question has now been accurately answered.

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I was with an woman. We only kissed but during kissing she bite my lip and tongue. After I noticed a bruise in the place she bit me. Should I be worried to get HIV infection?

I was with an woman. We only kissed but during kissing she bite my lip and tongue. After I noticed a bruise in the place she bit me. Should I be worried to get HIV infection?

If she has HIV!: Sounds a bit irresponsible to have someone give you a penetrating bite. Is she HIV positive? I'd you do not know, you should not permit the behavior! Hep b and c are possibilities as well. The only way of knowing is to be tested. I doubt your bighter will be!

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Can I get HIV by kissing a stranger (a gay man) for about 5 min while I had a sore throat and a sore burnt tongue? I don't know if he was bleeding

Can I get HIV by kissing a stranger (a gay man) for about 5 min while I had a sore throat and a sore burnt tongue? I don't know if he was bleeding

No: HIV isn't transmitted by kissing. Period. You can get gonorrhea or syphilis or infectious mono or CMV. But not HIV. Very few people are bleeding, especially while you're kissing them. I'm very glad you found a time to be happy with another person, and that you're comfortable with who you are -- and I admire your courage in asking. Love well and safely. Best wishes.

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I kissed a guy and I had a wound he didn't have blood in his mouth should I get checked for hiv?

I kissed a guy and I had a wound he didn't have blood in his mouth should I get checked for hiv?

Not likely: Hiv can be transmitted by saliva, so if you know the person you kissed was hiv+ you could conceivably be infected. I presume your wound was in your mouth, otherwise there seems even less risk. The risks, even with an open mouth wound, are minimal for just a kiss, however. Whether to get tested depends on your degree of worry about this. Talk to your physician.

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A month ago I kissed someone I had a little wound he didn't have blood in his mouth or either did I should I get checked/ I'm I at risk for hiv?

No HIV risk: Nope. There is now thirty years of evidence that, regardless of the condition of the lip, kissing does not have any risk for HIV transmission. You did not contract hiv.

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I bite myself inside my mouth last nite and I only french kissed a sex worker today. Cannot see any bleeding from her mouth, what chance I get hiv?

I bite myself inside my mouth last nite and I only french kissed a sex worker today. Cannot see any bleeding from her mouth, what chance I get hiv?

HIV: The risk, as you describe this encounter, is minimal if present at all. Saliva usually eliminates HIV assuming the patient is HIV positive, and without the sex worker bleeding there would be little or no way for the virus to get into your system.

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I open mouth kissed someone who had slept with a sex worker when there was a cut on my lip. Can I get HIV?

I open mouth kissed someone who had slept with a sex worker when there was a cut on my lip. Can I get HIV?

Not likely, but: The question is wether you can get HIV from open mouth kissing if you have a cut on your lip. The answer is: highly unlikely. Only certain fluids can transmit HIV: blood, semen, vaginal fluids, rectal fluids and breast milk. Saliva doesn't transmit HIV. In order to become infected by kissing your partner would have to be bleeding orally.

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Is it possible to get hiv by kissing on vagina 3 times less than a sec? No toungue involved. Just lips. No sores on my lips. Unknown status girl (dumb : (). learnt my lesson. One time mistake

OnYrWayToCarnegieHal: What? Were you*dared*to kiss the vagina of an unknown woman three times? Maybe that was for good luck? Practice? As long as it didn't smell bad, and you didn't taste anything (or hear anything...)I'd bet a lotta money that you'll do just fine (in the HIV department; as for the rest of you, I'm not sure).Oh yeah, and what's this one second business? You call that a kiss? If so, you need more practice

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I get herpes on mouth after oral sex with sex worker, it the sign of affected HIV or other virus? (i used mouth to kiss virginal liquid)

I get herpes on mouth after oral sex with sex worker, it the sign of affected HIV or other virus? (i used mouth to kiss virginal liquid)

See your physician: No answer can be given with certainty, please get to see your physician and have him/her evaluate the condition.

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I use condom with sex worker. But I kiss her virginal liquid and next morning I get herpes on my mouth. So any change has HIV from oral sex?

I use condom with sex worker. But I kiss her virginal liquid and next morning I get herpes on my mouth. So any change has HIV from oral sex?

Low probability.: Risk of getting HIV from oral sex is very low, probably close to zero. Incidentally, herpes takes longer than half a day to incubate, so your herpes lesion was not caused by that exposure - or else it was caused by something other than herpes.

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Kissed on the vaginal lips with my mouth lips. No sores or cuts on my lips. No toungue involved. Max for 3 times less than a sec. Am I at hiv risk. Do I need pep? Do I need to get tested?

Kissed on the vaginal lips with my mouth lips. No sores or cuts on my lips. No toungue involved. Max for 3 times less than a sec. Am I at hiv risk. Do I need pep? Do I need to get tested?

No need to: Get tested. No need pep if you are sure no bleeding sores or open sores on the lips. I hope this helps. If you do have more questions or other concerns kindly contact with me on my Virtual Practice at : www. Healthtap. Com/dryetimyan

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I have hsv-1 there was no cold sore on my mouth, and I kissed a girl with hiv+ there was a little saliva, I feel fatigue next day, can I get hiv?

I have hsv-1 there was no cold sore on my mouth, and I kissed a girl with hiv+ there was a little saliva, I feel fatigue next day, can I get hiv?

Not that way: HIV has never been transmitted by kissing. We know this from the years when it was not treatable and HIV-discordant family members kiss one another. It was never transmitted except by sex or needle sharing. If things go beyond kissing, please use barrier protection; I hope she is also being treated.

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