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Offline ScaredAnxietyHiv

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Fench Kiss, I bite my cheeks
« on: March 01, 2013, 09:53:38 AM »
I know that anxiety driven questions are for the most part not tolerated but here I am.  I have been given more than adequate advise on the medhelp forums but I guess I wanted to get the opinipns and advice of another forum. I will keep the details of what I have been told is a no risk event short.  Almost 11 weeks ago I went outside of marriage and had a brief French Kiss with a woman who I met from a dating site for sex.  I "came to my senses" and ended it there.  My concern with the kiss is that I have a bad habit of biting my cheeks and lips and sometimes the bleed.  Out of nervousness I was biting them on my way go her place.  One question I have is whether hiv is possible if she had bleeding gums during our kiss?  Medhelp helped me greatly for a while and I ended up getting an HIV test at 8 weeks post kiss, it was non reactive.  The test used was a Clearview HIV 1/2 stat pak which I have been told is 3rd generation.  I have also been told that this test is conclusive.  The reason I am here today is because I had unprotected sex with my wife last night.  Are we okay?  She does not know a out the kiss or my fears.

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Re: Fench Kiss, I bite my cheeks
« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2013, 10:08:14 AM »
Hi Scared . You absolutely cannot get HIV from a kiss . HIV is a fragile virus and your saliva contains over a dozen enzymes and proteins that render and damage it unable to infect .

I can say with certainty , no one has EVER contracted HIV from kissing and you cannot and will not be the first .   

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Re: Fench Kiss, I bite my cheeks
« Reply #2 on: March 01, 2013, 10:16:34 AM »
Thank you for the fast response Jeff.  Deep down inside I think I know this.  My fears are completely guilt driven from what I have been told.  I was good after my 8 week test then I started questioning its validity, stupid I know.  I have been told that even if I had a real risk my test would not change if I tested again.  Are my wife and child okay then?  I know, another anxiety driven question.  Sorry!

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Re: Fench Kiss, I bite my cheeks
« Reply #3 on: March 01, 2013, 10:24:48 AM »
Its a promising sign that you realize your fears are guilt driven fear . HIV isn't your problem and I think you know this .

You never had a risk for HIV so you can move on now and consentrate on dealing with the guilt you feel .

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Re: Fench Kiss, I bite my cheeks
« Reply #4 on: March 01, 2013, 10:27:12 AM »
Thank you for your time Jeff I appreciate it immensely. 

 


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