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Can you get AIDS if someone with AIDS goes down on you?
AIDS is caused by a virus called HIV, the Human Immunodeficiency Virus. If you get infected with HIV, your body will try to fight the infection. It will make "antibodies," spe…cial molecules to fight HIV. However your body's defenses become worn out as more of your helper T cells and CD4 cells die and the viral load in your blood increases leaving you vulnerable to opportunistic infections.
You can't, you can't. Be clear on this; you CANNOT tell. Don't let anyone fool you into thinking there is some kind of "method". Even if you ask and the person answers honestl…y, you cannot tell. Very few HIV+ people become infected intentionally, so that they know instantly when they should start answering the question "yes". Be cautious and remain safe. You can't do a "re-take" after becoming HIV+. See link to left. Answer First things first: IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO BECOME INFECTED WITH AIDS. AIDS is simply a syndrome that develops as a result of advanced HIV infection. The only way to tell if someone is infected with HIV is for him, or her, to take an HIV test .. and the only way for you to tell if you are infected with HIV is for you to take an HIV test.
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You can only get HIV/AIDS by having intimate contact with someone who has the HIV virus and/or AIDS, or by a transfer of blood or other body fluid, such as a stab from a conta…minated needle. AIDS is "Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome," which is caused by the HIV virus. See the link below for further information. It is very possible to get HIV from someone who has HIV. The only way to get HIV is from someone who has HIV or by transfer of contaminated blood. HIV is different than AIDs because HIV (the virus) causes AIDs (the condition). Sometimes a person can have HIV and never have AIDs, but it is not possible to have AIDs without HIV.
how to get aids You don't actually "get" AIDS. You might get infected with HIV, and later you might develop AIDS. You can get infected with HIV from anyone who's in…fected, even if they don't look sick and even if they haven't tested HIV-positive yet. The blood, vaginal fluid, semen, and breast milk of people infected with HIV has enough of the virus in it to infect other people. Most people get the HIV virus by: * having sex with an infected person * sharing a needle (shooting drugs) with someone who's infected * being born when their mother is infected, or drinking the breast milk of an infected woman Getting a transfusion of infected blood used to be a way people got AIDS, but now the blood supply is screened very carefully and the risk is extremely low. There are no documented cases of HIV being transmitted by tears or saliva, but it is possible to be infected with HIV through oral sex or in rare cases through deep kissing, especially if you have open sores in your mouth or bleeding gums
AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) is the result of damage caused by the virus HIV (Human immunodeficiency virus). HIV is acquired through bodily fluid transmission wi…th an infected person through sexual contact, blood or plasma transfusion, organ transplant, or any of a variety of other forms of fluid or tissue transference.
AIDS is a disease of the human immune system. It stands for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome and is caused by the virus HIV. You usually become infected by having sex or sh…aring needles with an infected person.
helping someone commit a criminal act? Aiding and Abetting.
No. You have to drink 8 gallons of an infected person's saliva to have enough of the pathogen to make contracting the disease possible.
AIDS AIDS stands for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. It is a syndrome (also a collection of symptoms / illnesses) caused by the most advanced stages of HIV -Human Immuno…deficiency Virus/ infection. Simply put, AIDS is a virus that attacks the immune system; the cells of the immune system are essentially what your body needs to fight a virus- so when the immune cells themselves get attacked, you have a problem- the body is left unable to defend itself. AIDS is not a specific illness as such, but a person is said to have developed AIDS when their immune system is so badly damaged by HIV that it can no longer fight off a range of defined opportunistic infections. The exact definition of AIDS varies by country (and purpose of definition), but it will generally be diagnosed when a person is HIV-positive AND suffers from at least one of the following conditions: . Candidiasis of bronchi, trachea or lungs . Candidiasis oesophageal . Cervical cancer (invasive) . Coccidioidomycosis, disseminated or extrapulmonary . Cryptococcosis, extrapulmonary . Cryptosporidiosis, chronic intestinal for longer than 1 month . Cryptomegalovirus disease (other than liver, spleen or lymph nodes) . Encephalopathy (HIV-related) . Herpes simplex: chronic ulcer(s) (for more than 1 month); or bronchitis, pneumonitis or oesophagitis . Histoplasmosis, disseminated or extrapulmonary . Isosporiasis, chronic intestinal (for more than 1 month) . Kaposi's sarcoma . Lymphoma Burkitt's, immunoblastic or primary brain . Mycobacterium avium complex . Mycobacterium, other species, disseminated or extrapulmonary . Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia . Pneumonia (recurrent) . Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy . Salmonella septicemia (recurrent) . Toxoplasmosis of the brain . Tuberculosis . Wasting syndrome due to HIV In some countries, an AIDS diagnosis will also be made when an HIV-positive person's CD4 count falls below 200 per ÂµL of blood (even if they outwardly still seem perfectly healthy and have not yet experienced symptoms of any of the above AIDS-defining illnesses). The exact use of the AIDS definition is further complicated by the fact that some countries regard AIDS as incurable and an AIDS diagnosis as irreversible, whilst others countries regard AIDS as being cured when a patient is cured of all AIDS-defining illnesses. Because AIDS is a syndrome, there is no test for AIDS. There is only a test for HIV - the virus which can cause AIDS - and the individual illnesses that contribute towards the AIDS diagnosis. Prevention of AIDS AIDS passes from person to person via direct contact of certain bodily fluids; This includes: . Sex- oral sex, anal sex, intercourse . Infected needles- injecting yourself (drugs) with a needle/syringe that was previously used by an infected person . Tattoos/piercings- using tools that have not been properly sterilized . blood transfusions- All blood is checked in the US for the risk of HIV yet some rare cases still exist and it is advisable to be wary in foreign countries . Mother /baby- the baby of an HIV infected mother has a chance of being born with HIV- although recent studies (March of Dimes) shows that with proper care and drugs the chances can be as low as 2%. To avoid contracting the virus: . Use protection when having sex . Use sterile needles/sterile tools at a tattoo/piercing parlor AIDS is an acronym for acquired immune deficiency syndrome. It is adisease that affects the human immune system. It can be spreadthrough bodily fluids such as blood and semen.
no you can only get aids from having sex and if the other person has it . you should listen more
aid means help. an aid is also someone that helps you like an assistant. AIDS is a disease
Yes, my mom had a friend who had a duaghter who drank from a friends soda and after about 2-3 days she had pimples all up inside her mouth, under and on her tongue, the roof o…f her mouth, on her gums and lips, etc.