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Can you get HIV by tasting a tiny amount of someone else's blood and if so what do you do about it?

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You could get HiV this way, but normally it takes a fair amount of HiV infected fluid to pass the infection. The best thing you can do is go to your nearest Sexual Health clinic or your doctor and get a blood test done, they will be able to tell from this whether you have got HIV or not.   Unless you have a sore or open wound in your mouth, you should be safe from HIV. You should get tested in 6 weeks and then again in 6 months to be sure. If you have it, then you will need to do what your doctor tells you. Be assured, we are closer than ever to finding a cure.
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