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No, there is no reason to consider this an exposure, so there is no reason to consider any treatment or testing. There has never been a documented case of HIV that has been transmitted by this mechanism. There is far more saliva exchange that occurs during simple kissing and a similar risk of blood in saliva during kissing, and there has never been a risk identified from kissing, with or without sores in the mouth.
Therefore, you do not need to be worried about this incident.
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Yes, I considered that in the answer. There is no reason to consider it an exposure and there is no need for testing.
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