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What are the chances of HIV through oral sex?

Good morning



I am 22 years old my height 178m and my weight is 88kg



Before one month I sucked the nipple of a woman and i dont know whether she has Hiv or no.



If there is a nipple discharge from her breast in to my mouth, is there a risk of getting HIV from her (assuming she is infected with hiv)?

I sucked it for few seconds only and I don't know whether there is a nipple discharge or no. I am very worried to to the extent that I wished I have never been borned. Please help me
Mon, 14 Jul 2014
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HIV AIDS Specialist 's  Response
HIV does not get transmitted in such a scenario. HIV is spread only through 4 routes : having unprotected sex with infected person, getting blood transfusion from infected person ,sharing needles with infected person and from infected mother to child during birth and breast feeding.
I guess you do not fall in any of these categories.
HIV needs to thrive in an infected person , then requires some portal to gain entry into your body (the ways of transmission). Hope this much information helps.
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What are the chances of HIV through oral sex?

HIV does not get transmitted in such a scenario. HIV is spread only through 4 routes : having unprotected sex with infected person, getting blood transfusion from infected person ,sharing needles with infected person and from infected mother to child during birth and breast feeding. I guess you do not fall in any of these categories. HIV needs to thrive in an infected person , then requires some portal to gain entry into your body (the ways of transmission). Hope this much information helps.