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I would consider your risk as insignificant and negligible. There are just a few cases where french kissing has been suspected to transfer HIV. This is not something that happens in more than 99.9% of times. So, your risk is very minuscule and not at all something that should worry you. It is very unlikely that a person will get HIV even from deep, open-mouth kissing since the risk is much lower than with most other sexual activities. You can safely relax and get tested (for peace of mind) with a 4th generation test after a month.
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I understand. It is very difficult to transmit HIV and even with the unprotected vaginal risk the risk of HIV is very low. So, your risk is still considered to be negligible and insignificant even with your wisdom teeth are half out and even if you had one or two small cavities.
Yes, I manage patients having HIV and have both theoretical and practical knowledge and experience with HIV.
I was just making you understand how difficult it is to transmit HIV. So, with kissing the risk is not even considered low risk but something that is very rare and does not occur usually. You can safely relax.
No, with this negligible risk I would not recommend testing since the result will most certainly be negative.
Licking the nipple is not a risky activity and will not transmit HIV.
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There has to be visible fresh bleeding which you can immediately notice and both of the participants should immediately get a cut/injury with significant blood exchange for transmission of HIV.
This is the reason I know that there was no injury or fresh bleeding and you can safely relax without any worry regarding HIV.
If you want an accurate result then I would recommend waiting for at least 21 days (3 weeks) before doing the duo test. Even after 15 days, it is quite accurate, however, the accuracy is more after 3 weeks. But as I recommended before no testing is actually required.
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I would consider a 6-week test to be conclusive. But according to the CDC, only a 3-month test can be considered to be conclusive.