It is passed through bodily fluids.
Yes, chlamydia is only passed through bodily fluids. Chlamydia is spread by sexual contact with someone who's infected. You can get it from oral, anal, or vaginal sex; genital-genital contact; sharing sex toys; or birth to an infected woman.
HIV is passed through unprotected sexual intercourse, dirty needles from tattoos, drugs, etc, and transmission of bodily fluids such as through open cuts or wounds. Hepatitis is passed through dirty needles, certain immunocompromised medications for transplants or cancer, and may also be hereditary.by blood and body fluidsHepatitis can be passed via the fecal-oral route (eating food that has been contaminated), unprotected sexual contact, or by sharing needles. HIV can be passed by unprotected sexual contact or by sharing needles.HIV is transferred through bodily fluids, such as blood. Hepatitis depends on the type ... Hep. A is transferred through stool, Hep. B through bodily fluids, like HIV, and Hep. C through blood, as well.
No, AIDS is caused by damage to the immune system through the HIV virus. HIV is transmitted through the exchange of bodily fluids such as blood and semen, and can also be passed from mother to child during pregnancy.
A 'communicable' disease is passed from one person to another, by touch or by contact with bodily fluids (coughs, sneezes, spitting).
The HIV virus is passed through bodily fluids so in theory this is possible. However, a lesbian passing AIDS/HIV to another lesbian is quite rare.
NO. Herpes is not passed through blood or body fluids.
NO hun herpes isn't passed through just body fluids.
Yes. As long as there are no open wounds or any chance of bodily fluids being passed, any contact is fine.
Nope herpes isn't passed through blood or body fluids.
Through sexual contact and exchanging fluids and blood.
It's extremely unlikely. AIDS or HIV is transmitted through bodily fluids (saliva, blood, semen, etc). If a person infected with the HIV virus took a drag on a cig, and then passed it to you, it's theoretically POSSIBLE for the infection to be passed on to you but very unlikely. Cigarettes are bad for you but they're not known as disease transmission vehicles.
Yes you can. Herpes isn't passed through body fluids, blood or breast milk.
Possibly. Reportedly there is some risk of Lyme disease passing across the placenta from pregnant mother to the unborn child. In men and women who are not pregnant, Lyme disease cannot be passed on. **** Lyme disease CAN be Passed from PERSON to PERSON. My family and I have Lyme disease. That is how we acquired it and unfortunatley passed it through birth to our children.Lyme disease and the co-infections have been found in bodily fluids, including breast milk.
No, herpes isn't passed through blood or body fluids. I have herpes and a few tattoos.
No there isn't. Sexually transmitted diseases or infection or as termed in the question "Sexual infection" is passed on through bodily fluids, so in a mans sperm and a womans vaginal fluids for example. The only way to prevent STI's and STD's is to use a condom, practice safe sex, and if you don't you may want to consider getting tested for them.
the Aids virus can be carried both by a woman or a man and passed to another party through exchange of body fluids.
No, you cannot get cancer from spit. Cancer is not transmitted by any bodily fluids. Cancer is caused by your lifestyle, diet, tobacco use, lack of exercise, sun exposure without sunscreen. It is not passed from person to person.
Yes. The pathogens (bacteria, etc.) need to get into the healthy person, to catch the diseases. This can happen through sexual intercourse, but also through contact of other bodily fluids. For example, HIV is often passed by using injection needles for more than one person (as in drug addicts, or in vaccinations if proper precautions are not taken).
no. there is water in blood. there is water in ocular fluid, semen, saliva, lymph fluids, phlegm, or any bodily fluid. none of it is passed by blood but, by glands that produce and secrete these fluids. study the lymphatic system or the endocrine system for example to better understand how these systems work.
Diseases that can be passed to anther person would be those communicable diseases specifically those that can be contracted through infected fluids of the body, infected food and the like.
Herpes isn't passed through body fluids so chill out. It's passed througrh skin contact ie rubbing your genitals together.
If the washcloth contains HIV and it comes into contact with an unhealed wound or ones genital fluids, yes.
Genital Herpes isn't passed through blood or body fluids. It's passed when your genitals rub against some one's genitals that has had a recent break out or that has a break out on their genitals.
yes you most definetly can because you can take one when the cocaine has left your system