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If I have gingivitis can I get HIV from oral?
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Dr. Daniel Lee
Internal Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Possibly higher risk
Anyone can get HIV from oral sex whether there is gingivitis or not.
However, the presence of any mouth sores or infections, such as gingivitis may increase the risk of acquiring HIV infection, in addition to other bacteria and viruses.

In brief: Possibly higher risk
Anyone can get HIV from oral sex whether there is gingivitis or not.
However, the presence of any mouth sores or infections, such as gingivitis may increase the risk of acquiring HIV infection, in addition to other bacteria and viruses.
Dr. Daniel Lee
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Dr. John Francis
Dentistry - Periodontics
In brief: Yes
It has been substantiated that the HIV virus can be spread in oral secretions and or bleeding gums.

In brief: Yes
It has been substantiated that the HIV virus can be spread in oral secretions and or bleeding gums.
Dr. John Francis
Dr. John Francis
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