Originally Posted by Apollo123
The risk is only theoretical at best. You cN only get HIV from getting into your blood stream and that would realistically happen if you had a tooth removed and then had infect fluids in your mouth, but then that's only a possible risk and still very unlikely.
The mouth is a hostile place and it's unlikely HIV would survive in their as it's very fragile.
This forum has 10 oral threads a week so this concern is very common but the outcome is always the same,zero risk.
Hope that helps
Okay I see your point it's a good point. My only consen was the rash it was very out of no where and also I had experienced armpit pain. A sharp stabbing pain which was a consern for swollen lymph nodes. Am I in the clear to forget about this and move on? With no possible cliff hanger of possible HIV infection?