Anonymous
Hi All,

Last night I hired a hooker and we were drinking beer soon after I kissed her little open mouthed and sucked her lips firmly. After this sucking incident she immediately spitted out and washed her mouth & I just seen a drop of blood. So with in few seconds I gone to sink to spit and from my mouth there is no blood. Just want to ask I have this tongue bleeding problem whenever I use tongue cleaner after brushing. Ten hours before this incident I brushed my teeth and I spit and seen a two or three drops of blood in it. Because of that I got surface wound on my tongue. To make the case worst assuming she is HIV+ (Just an assumption) does this pose any HIV risk for me. My other activities with the same & different girls are nipple sucking after ten hours of brushing, masturbating a women am sure I dont have any cuts or atleast no blood in my hand. Receiving a condom protected oral sex from a transgender and an african women. Touching the breast, Vagina and touching the penis of transgender and get touched am not sure whether the tranny was bleeding or not in her hand. Prior to these activities I tested thru ELISA after 4 months of similar exposure. Also please confirm at fourth or fifth week which is the best test HIV fourth Gen combi test or PCR DNA, since most of the doctors in India recommend PCR DNA..
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Anonymous
Hi there and thank you for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Online Helpline.

Kissing is considered to be a no risk activity. If you had a wound on your tongue this would not increase the risk.

Sucking on someone's breasts or chest area is also a no risk activity.

Receiving oral sex is considered to be a negligible risk activity. This means that there has never been a reported case of someone acquiring HIV this way in British Columbia. Touching someone's genitals could be considered a negligible risk also.

So, your total risk from the activities you described can be considered to be negligible.

HIV tests taken 12 weeks (3 months) or more following exposure are considered to be conclusive.

For more information about HIV you can visit CATIE.ca or the AIDS Vancouver website.

I hope this information helps to answer your questions.

Isla (Volunteer)

AIDS Vancouver Helpline/Online

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