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Question
Posted by: Anon | 2009/12/22

AIDS

If a man (HIV negative) has sex with a woman (HIV positive), is it possible to contract HIV through:

a) Oral sex by the man on the woman (i.e. licking the woman)
b) Kissing the woman?

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Our expert says:
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Hallo Anon
If you have contact of mucosa (lining of the mouth/vagina/penis) with mucosa the risk of transmitting HIV is there. Kissing is regarded as a low risk, but oral sex may be dangerous.
See http://aids.about.com/cs/safesex/a/oralsex.htm
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Our users say:
Posted by: Desh H | 2009/12/23

very dissapointing

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Posted by: Mohamed | 2009/12/23

Yes you can get STD' s from that and Aids with penetration or exchange of fluids. So many people on this site put their lifes at risk. I do not understand.

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