Our expert says:
Hi I agree the information about safer sex given to people is really not enough to help them to make the correct choices.
to answer your questions in sequence
1.NO - unless blood is involved- either from a cut in the mouth or the finger
2.No Salive is NOT a means of transmission - except if it is mixed with blood- careful of the tooth brush before you go out to have sex.
3.Its always good to know your status ( you can stop worring then) but not because of this incident
look at the links hereunder for more information
you can always contact SASHA for more info- wwwlsexualhealth.co.za
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