I have a friend with AIDS and he is bleeding prostate fluid, I also gave him mouth, my mouth touched the prostate fluid, will I get AIDS?I know that he is taking anti-AIDS medication regularly; disadvantage: but I have bleeding gums, there is no bleeding gums when I mouth, do I have a high chance of contracting AIDS?
He is taking anti-AIDS drugs, then maybe he is already an AIDS patient, there is no reason not to take these drugs, so it is best to verify your situation.
The behavior of the mouth like yours is generally not much risk, but you try to reduce contact, or safer, frequent contact, who can not say the possibility.
The main ways of transmission of AIDS are blood transmission and sexual contact transmission.The saliva also contains HIV, so you help him mouth also belongs to high-risk sexual behavior, he is HIV-infected, if in taking antiretroviral therapy drugs, if the blood can not find HIV.The chances of your infection are not great, it is recommended to go to the hospital after six weeks to do a hiv antibody screening.
And hiv patients mouth belongs to high-risk behavior, AIDS is a disease caused by human immunodeficiency virus infection, is a chronic infectious disease, also belongs to a kind of sexually transmitted diseases, mainly through unclean sexual contact, blood, body fluid contact and other ways to infect, so and patients oral sex is also belong to high-risk sexual behavior.