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If a pool had aids from someone bleeding in a pool who had it, and you swallow some of the pool water?

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Dr. Daniel Sampson
Surgery - Oral & Maxillofacial
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In brief: Unlikely

The HIV virus is very fragile and would likely not survive the heavy disinfectants used in pools as well as the dilution factor. Hiv is spread by close physical contact resulting int he exchange of body fluids.

In brief: Unlikely

The HIV virus is very fragile and would likely not survive the heavy disinfectants used in pools as well as the dilution factor. Hiv is spread by close physical contact resulting int he exchange of body fluids.
Dr. Daniel Sampson
Dr. Daniel Sampson
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Dr. Barbara Stark Baxter
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology

In brief: HIV in pool water NO

If someone with the HIV virus bleeds into a pool, a small amount of the virus could get into the water. Most people taking medication do not have detectable virus in the blood most of the time.
Even then, the water would dilute it so much and it would die so quickly in the water, no one should be harmed. http://www.globalchange.com/truth-about-aids-chapter-5.htm.

In brief: HIV in pool water NO

If someone with the HIV virus bleeds into a pool, a small amount of the virus could get into the water. Most people taking medication do not have detectable virus in the blood most of the time.
Even then, the water would dilute it so much and it would die so quickly in the water, no one should be harmed. http://www.globalchange.com/truth-about-aids-chapter-5.htm.
Dr. Barbara Stark Baxter
Dr. Barbara Stark Baxter
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