Can an HIV positive baby infect its caretaker?

Yes. Precautionary measures have to be taken when handling infected baby's body fluids, i.e., blood or saliva.

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My brother just found out he is HIV positive. His girlfriend wants to have a child with him but shes not infected. Is this even possible?

Yes, but..... It is possible for her to get pregnant with him, but it is also likely he will pass the infection to her....And the baby. Read more...
Yes. Absoluetly it is. Its the actual semen which contains the HIV virus not the sperm itself. So..The sperm can be washed by a lab. The data is quite good. Inform your brother that taking his HIV medication is important too (becoming undetectable) because it really dramatically drops the percentage chance to infect another. Read more...

Can an HIV positive child aged 3 years infect other children when he plays with them?

Not easily. Transmission of HIV is primarily via sexual intercourse and by blood transfusions. It is highly unlikely that a 3 year old with HIV can transmit the virus to other kids. However it is always good to practice universal precautions if the child with HIV has a major bleeding incident. Read more...

Doctor please can a man who is HIV positive get marriage with non infected woman or infected woman and give birth to a child who is HIV negative?

HIV . Yes. Absolutely. Even in nigeria the medical specialist know how to assist you in this situation. There are almost no babies being born any more with hiv. The male being on HIV medications and having the virus be suppressed fully will help you get to this miracle. Read more...
Yes. In a perfect world the HIV pos man will be on meds and undetectable. This will decrease transmission by upwards of 90%. The semen can be treated and washed (because its not the sperm that caries hiv.. It's the fluids along with it.). If mother is pos ( being on meds and undetectable is crucial). Caesarian at birth and IV HIV meds for the child have excellent results. Read more...