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You could get HiV this way, but normally it takes a fair amount of HiV infected fluid to pass the infection. The best thing you can do is go to your nearest Sexual Health clinic or your doctor and get a blood test done, they will be able to tell from this whether you have got HIV or not. Unless you have a sore or open wound in your mouth, you should be safe from HIV. You should get tested in 6 weeks and then again in 6 months to be sure. If you have it, then you will need to do what your doctor tells you. Be assured, we are closer than ever to finding a cure.
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I ingested a small amount of someone's blood by accident and often have bleeding gums so may have had tiny open sores in my mouth. What are the chances of me contracting HIV?
Answer Well, I want you to think about this first. Did the other person have HIV at the time? If not, then you just got some blood in your mouth. Now, if th…e person did have HIV at the time, then you may have a problem. See, the saliva in your mouth is actually capable of rendering HIV harmless. However, if you have a cut in your mouth you can contract the virus. So, if the person did have HIV at the time go get tested.
You will likely get sick & vomit it back out.
Why would you want to?! Yes but...Anyway uh...If you did and the other person had HIV or Aids...you'd be screwed. --- some people enjoy it lol. i reccommend only doing this …to someone YOU TRUST, make sure you know they dont have a deadly blood disease. also dont try to drink too much,just drink a little bit, you might not like it. Eww, who in gods name would want to do that? anyways Ewww!.
that is the leading cause of muscle spasm disficiation, this is where the muscles spasms and "leaps" out of the body and in a attempt to remove all the blood from the body con…sumed by the other person. Usually starts with headaches and stomach cramps A different answer: First, I can't find a definition for the word "disficiation", so I can't address the medical basis involved. Second, drinking human blood is most certainly not the leading cause of muscle spasms in humans (or any other animal I've ever heard of). If I had to pick a cause in healthy individuals, I'd go with electrolyte depletion/imbalance. Gastrointestinal bleeds do indeed often induce vomiting, and so do esophageal bleeds (to a lesser extent). So drinking someone else's blood might as well induce vomiting. Headaches do not figure into this matter at all. Drinking human blood is a risky business for humans, however. Humans harbor parasites and pathogens that attack humans effective, and resist human immunological systems. So drinking human blood exposes the drinker to these dangers. A bad idea altogether.
Generally speaking no. If you have no cuts or open sores in your mouth (including your gums and lips), the likelihood of transmission is almost certainly nonexistant. However…, anytime that infected blood is introduced to a cut or open sore (split lip, small cuts in the gums from brushing, etc), however, there is a chance for infection. It's a relatively small chance, especially in the mouth, as saliva has components that inhibit HIV. Despite the limited chances, it's safer not to taste someone's blood if they're infected or of unknown status (and safest to not taste it at all). And to address the answer given here previously, you can NOT contract HIV simply by LOOKING at blood. Medical workers wear goggles to prevent potential infection from blood splashing into their eyes.
you can live your whole life if you are on the right medication and you have a lot of medical help.
It is possible to contract HIV from someone who has blood in their saliva; but it is not likely. I know of 1 documented case where this happened.
Can HIV be transmitted if you swallow the blood that someone who is HIV puts it in a drink or dressing?
No. HIV is not able to live outside the human body. It is absolutely impossible to transmit the virus in this way. Only by direct, human-to-human contact can someone be infect…ed with HIV.
No, the Human Immunodeficiency Virus is not caused by coming in contact with another person's blood. Like any bloodborne illness, the other person's blood must be already infe…cted with the virus in order to transmit it.
The simple answer is No. HIV needs to be transmitted by blood or genital fluids (i.e. semen, vaginal secretions). Unless that underwear is soaked in blood or semen, you will n…ot get HIV. The small amount of vaginal secretion that the underwear picks up from the previous wearer is not enough fluid to transmit HIV on top of that fluid would need to enter your vagina.
Of course, first the blood must contain the virus to catch it. If the blood does contain the virus, it is possible be infected, but more than likely you would not be infected.…
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Intravenous injecting with non-sterile or shared equipment is the highest risk fro transmitting many infections. If the blood sample was recent, this coud include the risk of …HIV.
This is because when you are sucking on the person's skin, you are drawing all the blood to the surface and breaking the blood vessels underneath as well; thus leaving a r…ed bruise.
No, but it can give you pink eye.
Because it does opposite! You have awesome eye sight and you look in bad eye sight's glasses u think it look blurry. You have bad eye sight and U look with glasses it is not. …It's plain simple!!! Good: glasses: bad, Bad : glasses : good
Depends. If you have an open sore somewhere in your mouth or throat, you could get infected by any blood-borne disease present. once in the stomach, it's hugely unlikely to ca…use anything. Stomach acids will kill off almost anything.