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HIV infection concern

Hi, folks.

So I have a quick question about the risk of such behavior.
Suppose I have a open wound with slightly bleeding, if a hiv positive person
lick this wound ( again suppose she may have some blood in her mouth, since
Saliva can not transmit hiv). Under this scenario, would there be any chance get infected?

Thanks for any comments!
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You did not have an exposure.
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Duplicate post.
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Deeply sorry for that, teak. I have been so regret for my stupid mistake and I am a father of 1 year old son. I feel I can't face my family. Until I confirm this, I will apologize to my family.

But I really need some advice to help me against my fear.
If possible, would you please pm me your comment? I will delete my post.


Thanks!
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Your questions were answered.
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Is that true that I have no concern about being infected? Even if there were blood in my partner's mouth and I was bleeding? Please! I beg your attention.
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Thanks a lot! I will keep this in mind.

Can I say that even the blood contact( slightly level), as long as saliva presents, the risk is low or zero?

Thanks again!
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HIV is transmitted by;
Unprotected penetrative anal and/or vaginal sex
Sharing works with other IV drug users
Mother to child
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Thanks, teak. I may get ease some sort.
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