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Can I get HIV symptoms from two people who I think are uninfected?

By April 19, 2014 - 2:36pm
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Well, I used to have somewhat an intercourse with a female, but not inserting anything inside or whatsoever, just using my tongue, that was like a long time. then, March 20th of 2014, I had a blowjob with someone and I swallowed a bit of semen. Now, April 21, 2014, I have a bad cough, along with a congestion. Can HIV be spread from mating with two people who I think are uninfected. Both of them never had sexual experiences with anyone. Please answer. Please and Thank you.

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August 28, 2014 - 2:04am

Oh, is it possible that HIV gets in if I have some sores on my lips?

April 19, 2014 - 5:41pm
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Hi Monobear-Sensei,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  There are a few ways that HIV can be spread from one person to another. Such as through sexual contact, pregnancy, breastfeeding, drug injection use and blood transfusion or organ transplant.  HIV is less unlikely to transmit through oral sex, but if there are cuts or sores the risk is higher. If you are concerned, it might be best to see your doctor to have blood work done. Hope this was helpful?

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