16 Oct 2009
Yes, you can get HIV from oral sex. The majority of HIV infections are acquired through unprotected sex. Sexual transmission can occur when infected sexual secretions of one partner come into contact with the GENITAL, ORAL, or RECTAL mucous membranes of another. Please refer to and read the following link, the information I provided is listed under Transmission and Sexual.
16 Oct 2009
Yes, if you go to South Africa they even go as far to say you can get HIV from Kissing. Many of their pharmacy bags state ways to get HIV and kissing is one of them. But we are told here in the states no. Who is right and who is wrong?
HIV can be transmitted by blood, sliva, and sex.
Think about this; if you had dynamite in your hand. Just because it does not have a fuse, does this mean it can not go off.
How about static electricity?
You want to take the chance?
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