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    worriedlang posted:
    dear doc,

    i have a wound in my hand,over,there were dry blood.we use to play basketball as a hobby,one of my opponent have a sex last week but he used a condom.while playing,i did not that his sweat touches my wound,then accidentally,my mouth touches my wounds and i swallowed the dry blood over that.and i have rashes in my gums and lips...i worried if what will happened to me if i get infected of uncurable disease hiv aids..
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    georgiagail responded:
    None of what you describe places you at any risk of HIV whatsoever.

    Your opponent had sex last week but used a condom. Even if his partner was HIV he could not have picked this up. Sweat does not carry the virus. Dried blood does not carry the virus.


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    worriedlang replied to georgiagail's response:
    thanks gail..your the best..


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