Anonymous
Hello, thanks in advance for your help and the important service you are providing.

After a lot of research and living with this for years, I am fairly confident in what I know, though I want to take away some lingering doubts, since I can only find indirect answers in regard to the following situations.

Considering:
* Man with HIV but takes ART medication without fail for 5 years (hereafter refered to as P)
* P has been been undetectable since the first year
* P has a HIV-negative female partner (hereafter refered to as N)

Then what is the risk of transmission in the following sexual activities:

1a: In a post (https://helpline.aidsvancouver.org/post/wounds-on-lips-close-contact-chance-of-hiv-transmission-10345090), you state “the act of kissing (Direct contact) when two individuals have superficial wounds would be considered a Low Risk activity. Low risk activities warrant HIV testing as this is the only way to be sure if transmission has occurred.” My question: is this also true if P = undetectable, and the kissing is deep and wild?

1b: Deep kissing, while N has active lesions of mouth herpes and P has bleeding gums

2a: Deep anal licking by N of P, while P has small wound on anus
2b: Deep anal licking by N of P, while P has small wound on anus and N has bleeding gums
2c: Deep anal licking by N of P, with some insertion of rectal secretions
2d: Deep anal licking by N of P, with N having active lesions of mouth herpes

3a: N drinking urine from P
3b: N getting urine from P on/in anus/vagina

4a: P having an orgasm in vagina of N, while N is on her period
4b: P having an orgasm in vagina of N, while N is bleeding vaginally because of other reasons than her period

5: Sharing a non-cleaned dildo vaginally or analy

6a: Deep penatration of the throat of N with penis of P
6b: Deep penatration of the throat of N with penis of P, while N has soar (infected) throat glands

7: What other (sexual or non-sexual) scenarios exist whereas P can infect N?

Thank you for your answers
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