Bats don't carry HIV; but they do carry rabies.
Yes, you would probably get HIV if your blood on you touches HIV blood.
Sperm itself does not carry HIV. What carries HIV is the semial fluid which carries sperm.
No! Mosquitoes do not carry aids. Hiv is what u get from blood which turns for over a period of time will form aids so my answer is no!!
No. You can only catch HIV from someome who is HIV positive. HIV negative = does not carry HIV, can't infect anyone else. HIV positive = does carry HIV, and can infect other people.
AIDS is caused by HIV, the Human Iummonodeficiency Virus. Insects do not carry HIV. Humans carry HIV.
No. For instance, HIV can be spread by blood, semen, vaginal secretions, and breast milk.
If you swallow alittle blood will you get HIV
The way that an HIV infection occurs is through a fluid-blood contact. If the HIV-infected person had none of their blood on their fingernail, your chances of infection are zero. Fluids that carry a high titer of HIV include blood, semen, vaginal fluids and breast milk. Fluids of the nervous system and joints also contain a high concentration of HIV, but t is very unlikely to come in contact with these fluids outside of the health care industry. HIV is transmitted thru warm blood to blood contact with someone who has the HIV virus thats it there is no other way.
.....I have no idea why would you ask this question....HIV transmit because of blood transfusion or blood contact. There is no blood that can resist HIV infection...In fact blood is the best way to get HIV infection. If you are exposed to blood contaminated with HIV...Do get an early check up.
It is bad to have anti-HIV and HIV in your blood because it weakens your immune system.
The body fluids that carry enough concentration to infect a person with HIV are: blood, all genital secretions, breast milk, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), and synovial fluid. Sweat, tears, urine, and saliva do not have the concentration of HIV to cause an infection.
if the HIV person's blood gets into an another person's blood, then the other person can get HIV.
yes it is, hiv is a disease. blood group is your type of blood.
The usual methods of HIV transmission are: unprotected sex (anal intercourse being the most risky), blood transfusion, and the sharing intravenous needles. In general, blood and semen can carry the virus.
Yes, but only if the person is HIV-positive. HIV is a blood-borne virus.
In order to contract HIV from blood, it must be infected with the virus. Otherwise, you will not contract HIV.
Yes you can get HIV from drinking contaminated blood.
You won't get HIV through donating blood.
No there does not need to be a lot of blood to transmit HIV.
The blood is checked for HIV and syphilis.HIV and syphilis are checked at blood banks.They test for HBV, HIV, and syphilis.
People with any blood type can get HIV from sex. There is not a blood type that is immune to HIV.
no,because in HIV test,they don't check the blood. they check the resistance of the body to HIV no,because in HIV test,they don't check the blood. they check the resistance of the body to HIV
Blood transfusions can't cause HIV, but if a carrier of HIV would donate blood, then whoever gets that blood can catch HIV from the donated blood.It happened a few times when HIV had just started to spread, but nowadays there are testing procedures in place to stop that from happening.
There are many body fluids that are not a risk for HIV infection. Tears, sweat, urine and saliva do not carry risks for HIV transmission.