Can I Get Hiv Taking Sperm In My Mouth From A Person Having Hiv+?

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Yes, there is a slim chance that you will most likely the acid in your mouth will kill the virus but if you have a cut in your mouth or any type of opening in the skin increases the chances of you getting the virus. Not to make you feel funny or ashamed or even criticize you but why would you even think about playing games or taking a risk with your life like that. I don't even know you but I know that you are to precious to take risks like that. All life should be valued now matter what or who's life it is. "Remember to protect yourself at all times in everything you do."
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I didn't play a game on nobody. Someone play a game on me and I'm not for sure if it's true or not. And it's scary!
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As a nursing student I did my report on HIV and your question was exactly what I wrote about. YES, you can become HIV+   because HIV is transmitted through body flds like sperm and the person receiving the sperm is at the greatest risk whether it was in the vaginal area or your mouth. If I was you I would be tested and stop putting your life in danger by putting HIV+ sperm into your mouth. When you have become infected usually about 3 weeks to month you will start to display some symptoms like what we call "flu-like symptoms" fever, chills, night   sweats, coughing and usually diarrhea, and remember symptoms vary from person to person. You just might dbe one of the asymptomatic ones. So the only real way to know is to be tested. I'm sending you my love and before I became a nursing student I was careless with my body to but after entering nursing school studying the disease process and how that works I became more responsible when it comes to my life. I hope things work out well for you my dear.
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Sure. Take care.
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Calla answered
Yes, there is a chance. However, the chance is smaller than the chance, pretty much 100%, of getting it through regular sexual intercourse. I would get tested.

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