Rare. Hiv can be transmitted by deep kissing, especially if there is bleeding in the mouth from any sores or bleeding gums. But this is rare. It is not recommended to french kiss someone who has HIV for this reason.
Possible but ex.rare. The main risk in deep kissing as far as HIV is concerned is accidental exposure to blood in your partner's mouth. If they have bleeding gums and they are HIV positive, it is possible but not too likely to acquire HIV in this way.
The french kiss was fast, I dont have any sore or cuts, and I wash my mouth with rum fast after it. Do I have a chance of hiv? Or something else
Listen Jay... You're a grown man now. You can't get HIV from kissing, though you can get infectious mononucleosis, cytomegalovirus, herpes simplex, and/or gonorrhea. Kissing is worth the risk. You can't go through life rinsing your mouth with run every time something really nice happens. Congratulations on having been kissed, and may you find true love when the time is right. Best wishes. Read more...