He may have just as many fears or concerns as you do. If he respected you enough to tell about his status you right away, respect him enough to keep his status to yourself.Don’t just assume that if you are comfortable with something, whether is a sexual or social situation or somewhere in between, that he is too. Talk to your friends about how he makes you feel or how good the kisses are.
So to know if you’ve been exposed, you need to answer two questions: first, is there HIV present? This may seem obvious, but it’s really important to remember — you can’t get HIV from someone who doesn’t have it in their system.Just because they have it doesn’t mean you will get it.In order to potentially get their HIV into your system, you need to get it into your body through either a mucous membrane (which can be the lining of your vagina or anus, the tip of your penis, or the inside of your mouth depending on what parts you’ve got), a cut on your skin (it has to be pretty big and actively bleeding — a papercut or old cut that’s healed aren’t risks), or straight into your bloodstream through sharing needles.However, there are a few things you should be know when starting a relationship with an HIV-positive guy. You may be worried that a question or concern you have may hurt his feelings. People living with HIV understand that you may have fears or trepidations, especially if you're dating someone with HIV for the first time (at least, the first time that you know about).Pay attention, and you two may live happily ever after – or at least not break up over HIV. So when in doubt, ask as many questions as you like.First of all, let’s make sure we’re all on the same page about HIV. That’s because this virus interferes with your immune system, weakening it so that it can’t fight diseases that enter your body and try to take hold and make you sick.