Not if the woman is not infected with HIV.
No it does not.
You can't get HIV from eating fruit handled by someone with HIV. HIV isn't transmitted by this sort of casual or household contact.
If the person you are having oral sex with is HIV positive, then it is possible to be infected with the virus.
HIV isn't spread through sharing of food.
If she has an infection, then yes, it is possibile for it to be spread from her vagina to your mouth.
It is possible for HIV to transfer when swallowing HIV positive vagina fluid.
No You can only get HIV from contacting some one with HIV. If the vagina belongs to someone with HIV then it is possible. however iv that person with the vagina is not HIV positive then you wont get HIV. HIV is the result of a virus not of any sexual behaviour.
there is chance to get HIV
They don't spread HIV.
Washing your penis or vagina with soap after unprotected sex will not protect you from HIV. However, to minimize the spread of germs, it is a good idea to wash your hands frequently.
HIV does spread throughout the body.
HIV cannot spread through skin unless there are cuts or open wounds or sores. HIV can spread through mucous membranes which is the soft, often moist tissue in some organs, for example the tissue that layers the inside of the vagina, the head o f mans penis or the inner foreskin or an uncircumcised man.