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It is possible to transmit HIV by doing that. Any type of bodily fluids interaction can lead to it. However, you don't always catch it. Yet, if they have it and you do transfe…r some type of fluids from them to you, then you do have high chances of transmitting it. The only way to truly find out is to get tested.
"HIV the virus that causes AIDS is in all bodily fluids, this includes semen, vaginal and anal secretions, feces, urine, tears, saliva,blood. It is most concentrated in Blood.… Anytime there is an exchange of bodily fluids with a person infected with the virus that causes AIDS there is a chance of infection." Probably the worst answer. You can receive through tears and saliva, BUT the chances are less than 0.1% To become infected with HIV you must get a sufficient quantity of the virus into your body. Saliva does contain HIV, but the virus is only present in very small quantities and as such cannot cause HIV infection. Unless both partners have large open sores in their mouths, or severely bleeding gums, there is no transmission risk from mouth-to-mouth kissing. HIV is unable to reproduce outside its living host, except under strictly controlled laboratory conditions. HIV does not survive well in the open air, and this makes the possibility of this type of environmental transmission remote. In practice no environmental transmission has been recorded. This means that HIV cannot be transmitted through spitting, sneezing, sharing glasses, cutlery, or musical instruments. You also can't be infected in swimming pools, showers or by sharing washing facilities or toilet seats.
No, not unless theres a cut in your mouth.
No, you can't because saliva kills most of the virus.
Yes, but it would take an ENORMOUS amount of saliva to transmit the virus. Like a few hundred gallons.
No, But if there is a blood in the saliva that is where you can get HIV
YES! But the chances are diminutive compared with vaginal sex or gay sex. However, with mouth sores the chances for picking up the virus increases.
Can saliva pass on aides if someone with aides spits on you and it gets in your eyes will you catch it?
yes it will.
Saliva is usually not a high risk bodily fluid for transmission of HIV, however, if a person has gum disease and there is bleeding in the mouth, then the saliva can be contami…nated by blood, and can carry HIV.
No. AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) is a diagnosis and is not contagious. HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is the virus that causes someone to develop AIDS. HIV i…s also not transmitted through contact with saliva. HIV is contracted through contact with infected blood, semen, vaginal fluid or breast milk.
it takes 30 litres but if your ZOE KOCH it takes only 1 litre cause she has HIV AIDS
It is very rare actually. HIV is spread through contact bodily fluids, therefore you cannot get it through saliva. However, if someone has a cut in their mouth or an open sore… or bleeding gum's, then you can get it that way. So don't worry, just know!
A saliva test may be available at your doctors office. It is claimed to have 99% accuracy, but I would question that high of an accuracy level.
No; saliva does not have enough of the virus to transmit the infection. However, if blood is in the saliva, the virus can be transmitted.
In First Aid
Most healthy people can swallow their own saliva, so not being able to do so is indicative of a serious neurological insult, that should be taken into consideration. That said…, first aid for choking on one's own saliva is suctioning the saliva out. If you don't have suction with you, and there's no other injury that precludes this, roll them into Rescue Position to the head faces to the side and the mouth faces down. Swab excess saliva from the throat, being careful not to trigger the gag reflex.
No it can not. unless there is blood in it and you have an open cut in your mouth and even then it is extremely unlikly
Yes, it contains an enzyme called "Amylase" which breaks down starch into sugars (in Humans).