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Can oral sex transmit HIV?

Can oral sex transmit HIV?

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Published by Leo Lams
Find out what role oral sex plays in transmitting HIV
Find out what role oral sex plays in transmitting HIV

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Published by: Leo Lams on Jun 19, 2013
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 Oral Sex and HIV
David A Reznik, D.D.S.Chief, Dental ServiceGrady Health System Atlanta, GA 
Case Reports and Observations onOral Transmission
Sabatini et al. 1984 Possible transmission by female to femalesexual contact.
Marmor et al. 1986 2 female patients, one of whom appeared to
transmit HIV to the other through orogenital contact.
Mayer and Degruttola 1987 1 of 8 seroconversions among 290seronegative men attributable to oral contact (no anal sex since1982; 3 negative tests before conversion)
Perry et al. 1989 Male partial transsexual who became infected in a
monogamous relationship with an HIV+ women having onlyorogenital contact.
Murray et al. 1991 1 man acquired both gonorrhea and HIV fromreceptive oral sex.
Lane et al. 1991 1 man acquired HIV after deep kissing, receptiveoral sex without ejaculation, and receptive anal intercourse with acondom.
Case Reports and Observations onOral Transmission
Keet et al. 1992 9 men among 102 seroconverters (out of 757followed) had only orogenital exposure confirmed by reinterview.
 Vidmar et al. 1996 1 older man exposed to bite from terminal AIDS
patient whom he was assisting during a grand mal seizure.
Berry and Shea 1997 1 man with receptive orogenital contact with20 partners, 2 of whom were known to the patient to be HIVpositive.
Padian and Glass 1997 Discordant couple; female partner became
infected in association with oral exposure with good epidemiologicand virologic data for the likelihood of contact with contaminatedsalivary secretions as the route of transmission.
Oral Transmission of HIV: A Review of the Evidence
Rothenberg R , Scarlett M, del Rio C, Reznik DA, O’Daniels CM 
1998, 12:2095-2105

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