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How can a person who has AIDS have a child with someone and not give AIDS to the child and to the other person?
In the US the Social Security Agency oversees funds for dependent children (SSI, SSDI,), Medicaid is a state matter and handled via the state's department of health and human …services.. Contact your local SSA office for information or visit Social Security Online and/or your state's social service agency.
From having unpertected sex with someone who does.
There has never been a documented case of a human infecting a dog with HIV. Dogs can get CIV, but that is different from HIV.
If you pre-ejaculate in someones mouth and you do not have AIDS can that person get AIDS from your pre-ejaculate fluid?
no, not according to current research.
HIV/AIDS isn't that contagious, and there is very little risk of of catching it of someone unless there is a serious exchange of body fluids. Sharing needles and having sex ca…n get you infected, but not everyday life. But a child getting born from a mother with HIV is at considerable risk.
For an Individual to have AIDS you have to start by having HIV. Thus an Individual can get AIDS if he/she does not get a treatment ofAntiretroviral drugs when his/her immune s…ystem has gone down to 350 or below. Also if the individual is taking the wrong combination of drugs or has developed resistance which is specially caused by non adherence or acquiring another strain or subtype. So HIV if not treated, it developes to AIDS, but nowadays due to research there are Highly Active antiretrovirals to suppress the HIV so it doesn't develop to AIDS.
There is no absolute answer to your question due to several variables involved. It is generally understood that HIV (the virus that causes AIDS) cannot live outside of the hum…an body for more than a few seconds. Also, oral ingestion of most viruses, HIV included, are destroyed prior to ever reaching the bloodstream from the saliva in your mouth to the digestive methods your body uses to break down food. If you have an open wound in your mouth and you directly administer HIV-laden transporters (blood, breast milk, etc) into the opening, you do but yourself (or the other person in this matter) at a greater risk of exposure.
well u shouldn't act diff an make them feel dad or left out. Answer Well, unless they have sex there is not anything to worry about.
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HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is transmitted through contact with blood, semen, vaginal fluid and breast milk. HIV is also able to be passed from mother-to-child. AIDS …(Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) is a diagnosis that someone who is The HIV status of the father is irrelevant as it relates to the HIV status of the mother. This is going to get really complicated, so I hope that I can explain it in a way that reads well. The HIV status of the mother may have an impact however. If you consider that a father with an AIDS diagnosis would be HIV+, he would have had sex with the child's mother at least one time. Although each sexual exposure to an HIV positive person does not result in transmission of the virus, each exposure carries a certain degree of risk for infection. If the mother is HIV negative and completely disengages with any "at-risk" contact with the HIV+ father, the child will be born negative and remain that way. If the mother were to become infected, the child is at risk for HIV infection in several ways. It is possible to transmit HIV to newborns during childbirth, although it is just as likely for women with HIV to give birth to HIV- children. If a child is not born HIV+, but the HIV+ mother breastfeeds, the child will once again be at risk for infection as a result of contact with HIV+ breast milk. In the Unites States, women who seek medical care during pregnancy are routinely tested for HIV. If a woman tests HIV positive during pregnancy, there are many treatment options that can almost eliminate the risk of transmitting the virus from mother-to-child.
The Maryland General Assembly made it illegal to knowingly transfers or attempt to transfer HIV in 1989 and is one of 32 states with such a measure.. * Md. Code Ann., Health… -- General Â§ 18-601.1 Misdemeanor (punishable by a fine not exceeding $2,500 or imprisonment not exceeding 3 years, or both)A person with HIV who knowingly transfers or attempts to transfer the virus to another individual is guilty of a misdemeanor. * However Maryland also allows an aditional charge of Reckless Endangerment to be brought against the person as well..A person who Knowingly transfers or attempts to transfer HIV is also guilty of Reckless Endangerment..Punishable by up to five years in prison and a $5,000 fine..
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Are you sure the child has Aids and not HIV? Either way is it the child with Aids that needs to be protected more from the other children than the other way around. A simple c…old could easily become life threatening. The children also need to be educated. The sick child usually know exactly what to do and not to do but the people around need to know as well to protect both the child and the other children. Aids you get from blood and the risk of the children bleeding into each others mouths or cuts is very small. This is why the risk is bigger for the sick child since they are very sensitive to infections. Saliva does not transmit HIV/AIDS so blood is the only thing to worry about. Children usually have no problem with these things, they are curious and adapt. It's usually the adults that freaks out. If you should go public and educate everyone, that is up to the parents. But as I said, it's the sick kid that needs the protection and of course if you have sick children that are contagious like the flu or a cold they should be home and not come and infect everyone else.
In HIV and AIDS
yes, yes he can.