oral transmision

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  1. HairyTXdude

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    So for the past couple of nights I've been going out drinking and clubbing with friends of the family. The were kissing on me and sharing drinks and stuff. After we got in tonight I mentioned that i was a big germaphobe and one of the was like ya your screwed then cause im POZ and I have Hep C. He later said he was kidding. I dunno if he meant it though, but I'm seriously freaking out bad over this, like to the point of being sick. Should I be worried about getting anything?
     
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    No. No risk of HIV transmission and very slight risk of Hep - not worth the concern.
     
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    Do not freak out.

    Unless your mouths were full of open, bleeding sores there is no way that you contracted HIV or Hep C. The viral load of either in saliva is simply not enough to allow for transmission. You have to exchange blood, semen, vaginal secretions or a few other bodily fluids (that people don't often exchange - with the exception of breast milk, which can be infected with HIV) to contract either virus.

    You're fine.
     
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