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Will Rotavirus Person
Depends: Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is itself highly contagious. However, it rarely causes a problem in a person with an intact immune system. Serious infections occur in fetuses (devastating!) whose moms get CMV while pregnant and in immunocompromised patients (with aids or organ transplant recipients). It is this last group that is most likely to get CMV colitis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: If their partner already has HIV infection, this might eventually be related to an earlier death. If they are not yet infected and both remain celibate, they will not become infected unless they share needles or exchange blood or body fluids. Hiv is very difficult to give to another person short of sex or the above features. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: Hiv is not found in high enough concentrations in saliva to cause infection, so kissing cannot transmit the virus, even if you both have chapped lips. If one person has active bleeding on the lips, then that is possible, but why would you kiss someone who's lip was bleeding? Truth is, there have been no known cases of HIV being transmitted from kissing. ...Read more
Exposure to virus: The oral secretions of an infected patient are contageous before the onset of symptoms & up to two weeks. The patients stool will contain virus for weeks. You can be exposed to droplets of a cough& the virus can be active for days at room temperature on surfaces. Touch it & touch your mouth & you are exposed. It is a human to human only germ, no pets or insects. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does being infected with the Zika virus once brings immunity from future infections? If infected again, will a person still be able to infect others?
Confers immunity: According to the CDC, once a person has been infected with Zika, that person is likely to be protected from future Zika infections. As more research is underway, we are likely to have a broader understanding in the near future. For more information, visit http://www.cdc.gov/zika/. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If a person receive bbbj from someone and the person didn't make love and didn't give bbbj only receive , will the person contact any virus ?
If some if the mono virus stay in your body forever. How will it effect the person relationship with their partner? Will they be able to kiss again?
Things to ponder: Many have mono as kids and become immune for life. Essentially all adults eventually test positive for prior EB virus mono antibodies which verify their immunity. In short, although you may shed virus off & on, your partner is or will become immune, so it doesn't matter if you do. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No other way: It is spread from person to person. ...Read more
Depends: A person may eliminate the virus naturally and have a normal life span. Successful treatment may eliminate the virus and restore normal life span. A person with persisitent infection and other risk factors, such as alcoholism, other liver infections may develop cirrhosis and or liver cancer and have his/her life shortend by decades. ...Read more
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