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Vagina Transmit Hiv
Does small break or sores on the outside of vaginal opening or vulva can transmit hiv? And does open wound outside vagina can transmit hiv?
Hiv infection is caused by a retrovirus....This retrovirus binds to CD4 cells (for the most part). You may detect the virus by several different methods. An elisa test (enzyme linked immunosorbent assay). You may also detect it by doing a test referred to as a western blot (a gel protein electrophoresis). Thirdly by pcr (polymerase chain reaction) which ...Read more
Does penis wid s. Fluid pushed on outside vagina, with a healing cut on vagina can transmit hiv? No intercrs/std. And cut was not active.
Recently her bf ejaclt a drop/vry fw precum on outside vagina. Can transmit hiv? No std. How does vaginal inflamation increase the chances?
Skin protects: There is no risk for HIV in the scenario you describe. Skin is a very good barrier to infection with hiv. I would be a thousand more times worried about pregnancy and other stds than HIV in this scenario. And that notes that I am not worried about other stds or pregnancy very much in this situation either. ...Read more
Help! I rub prostitute vagina with finger for 5 seconds through her thin underwear, which felt wet!. Can this transmit hiv? No fresh cut on that finger!
Hi. M new here. If seminal fluid or precum on outside vagina(vulva) comes in contact with open wound or any break in skin, can transmit hiv?
HIV Risk: Not likely. But that is not 100%.If you worry then please get a test. ...Read more
Does precum at tip of penis if pushed on outside vagina and on inner lip, but no intercrse/std can flow b2n lbia onto mucos membrane and transmit hiv?
Yes.: Anybody fluid contact with mucus membranes can lead to HIV infection or other stds. Safe sex is the important answer here: condoms or dental dams for oral exposure. Your local health department can provide testing if you are having difficulty talking to your doctor about this. A commercial source for condoms and dental dams is babeland; google them; they can help. Lgromkomd. ...Read more
HIV prevention: HIv is best transmitted by infected blood to a non-infected person. That said, genital tract secretions could transmit HIV. Remember HIV is a sexually transmitted disease. Barrier protection (condoms) are very valuable in prevention. Talking it out with your partner is a good idea too. ...Read more
Flaccid penis w condom struggle to penetrate vagina. After retrying condom is off penis. Try to wear it back. But wearing wrong side. Hiv transmitable?
Absolutely: People who share needles, syringes, cookers, cottons, water, etc have a risk of sharing HIV as well as hepatitis b and c. Do not share anything (works etc) and do not backload. This is the best way to avoid these viral infections apart from stopping injection drug use entirely. ...Read more
No: Back before we had treatment for HIV infections, it simply wasn't transmitted in homes between family members except by sex or sharing needles. Even in correctional situations in which spitting is commonplace and a means of threatening / aggression against staff, it never happened. But please don't spit on people -- you won't make friends that way; you know that. Best wishes. ...Read more
Who can tell me why urine doesn't transmit hiv. Is there any scientific proof to back up such a statement?
Can a fresh blood on the glove that had been exposed for a minute or less transmit hiv to my newly prick finger. Med tech didn't change gloves?
Can direct digital transfer of partner's vaginal fluid onto/into my anal area (with history of irritation) transmit HIV? Her HIV status is unkonwn.
My blood taken for blood test widout wearing gloves, he used new injection, removed d cover&placed it on table before taking blood.is transmit HIV to me?
HIV is hard to get:
Vaginal and penile secretions and blood are the most common fluids that transmit hiv. One has to be in direct contact with mucous membranes (those tissues that line the gut and vagina) or direct blood to blood exposure like that from sharing direct vein to vein drug needles.
Hiv is not caught through normal skin. It is not caught by touching or being around someone with hiv. ...Read more
Theoretically: Could they? Yes. Do they? Hardly ever. For one thing, HIV infection is rare among lesbians. Those who do have it usually got it either from sex with men or from sharing needles, not from sex with women. Hypothetically, HIV could be spread through lesbian sex. For example, one partner could get infected through oral contact with menstrual blood or vaginal secretions from an infected partner. ...Read more
Not Always: Exposure to most body fluids — especially blood & genital fluids — from a person with HIV has the potential to transmit the virus. If you have had an exposure discuss the details of that exposure with an expert — ideally within the first 24 hours. Steps can be taken in the first few days of an exposure to prevent lifelong infection with hiv. Locate a test/treatment site near you at www.Hivtest. Org. ...Read more
HIV: Unlikely to transmit HIV through saliva because the enzymes destroy the virus. Oral transmission occurs through blood or semen reaching the tonsils, mucous membranes or lymph nodes behind the front of the mouth where saliva is located. Anything can happen, but this is very unlikely to be transmitted through saliva. ...Read more
Can a trace amount of blood on a kitten claw transmit HIV after 5 minutes? Does HIV die with contact to the air for 4-5 minutes.
Can French kiss transmit HIV and when's the best time to get a reliable and accurate result? My last exposure (kiss) was last month 12 aug 2014
REP! Does swlw significant amt of precum can transmit HIV witht any open cut/inflm? Any dcumntd case of gttng HIV solely by sgnfcnt precum? No ejcultN
Semen and HIV: Yes, Semen to your internal body fluids and blood stream can infect you with HIV. Semen to your hand cannot infect you with HIV. What are you not understanding here? One virus is one virus. HIV in semen is HIV in semen. HIV can be transmitted with sexual contact. Ejaculation is not the risk. HIV infected semen is the risk. ...Read more
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a lentivirus (a member of the retrovirus family) that causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (aids),  a condition in humans in which progressive failure of the immune system allows life-threatening opportunistic infections ...Read more