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No, unless that person has a cut or bleeding gums, and you swallow it. HIV/AIDS is transmitted through the exchange of bodily fluids of one person to another. I would imagine your stomach acid would kill/prevent the virus from infecting you. There is a "condom in a pill" that is FDA approved, Truvada.
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Answer First of all, it would be the HIV virus you'd be catching, not AIDS. HIV can eventually lead to AIDS. Regardless, you cannot contract HIV fr…om kissing. Check out the following link with useful information: http://globalhealth.org/view_top.php3?id=227 Answer If you are French kissing then absolutely you are running a risk! Body fluids are what the problem is. If you see the police they will often wear rubber gloves because of blood and if spit at by a criminal they are just as worried. The fact of the matter is they don't know enough about HIV or AIDS at this point.
Anytime there is an exchange of bodily fluids, and one or more of the participating people are HIV positive , there is a risk of transmission of the virus.
HIV is transferred via blood, breast milk, vaginal secretions, and semen. You cannot transfer HIV while kissing unless you both have large open wounds in your mouths.
The risk of acquiring HIV infection through kissing is very small. However, people who are not receiving proper therapy can become infected with the virus and transmit it to o…thers. The risk of acquiring a herpes virus infection through kissing is much greater and herpes virus infection is not as harmless as was once believed.
No. But you can get STDs from kissing if the person you kiss has blood in their mouth at the time you are kissing them (such as from a cut on the gums). --- Getting HIV th…rough saliva is extremely rare. Normally there has to be contact with blood or infected bodily fluids. According avert.org (a website campaign for preventing AIDS and HIV), there is an extremely low chance that AIDS or HIV can be transmitted by kissing, even deep-mouthed kissing. However, it also says that the virus can be contained in the saliva of an individual, but it is to minute that there isn't enough of the virus in a person's mouth to actually lead to an infection in the other person. In other words....you have a .000000001% chance of getting it by kissing only. But DO NOT KISS IF YOUR PARTNER IS BLEEDING IN THE MOUTH OR HAS RECEDED/DAMAGED GUMS. The blood stream will have the highest concentrations of the virus. There has been one documented case in which a person has gotten AIDS from kissing but that was because his partner was bleeding in her mouth. A normal kiss won't transmit the AIDS virus.
Their can be a mistakinly of bitting when kissing.
No,simple answer but the only answer you need.
No you will not as saliva does not have enough virus in it to transmit.
AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) is caused by HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus). HIV is transmitted by contact with infected blood, semen, vaginal fluid or breast m…ilk. Kissing is not considered an "at-risk" activity for infection.
No. HIV is transmitted through contact with infected blood, semen, vaginal fluid or breast milk. Kissing a boy is not considered an "at-risk" behavior.
You can kiss a person who has HIV and AIDS and not be infected.
personaly u probably could but i think its mostly passed on by sex
no if u boomboom without condom then u infected