There are three ways I know that you can do to transmit AIDS or HIV. If you have sexual intercourse with the infected person, if you share a needle with the infected person, or if you have blood-to-blood contact with an infected person.
Receive it from an infected person.
No you can not get HIV or AIDS from drinking from an infected person glass.
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.
Unless they have a cut and blood got in the drink you will get it but it is unlikely but you still shouldn't drink their same drink just to be on the same side.
A person infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, can show no symptoms. AIDS is the disease characterized by the symptoms.
Impact of hiv/aids on a infected person
You can kiss a person who has HIV and AIDS and not be infected.
A gay person can get AIDS in exactly the same way that a straight person can get AIDS: by contracting the HIV virus, usually through sex with an infected person or by using infected needles.
No. In order to have the disease known as AIDS (which is not a virus itself, but a syndrome), a person needs to be infected by the HIV virus. It is the HIV virus that causes AIDS.
A person can become infected with AIDS through one of three ways. 1. They have sex with an infected person, and get HIV, which eventually leads to AIDS. 2. They get it from their mother. It passes along through the blood, and a HIV infected mother could have her baby infected with HIV, which, again, leads to AIDS. 3. Sharing a needle (I.E. drugs, diabetes shots, etc.) with a person who has AIDS. They have the HIV virus, which turns into AIDS after some time. -Peregrine
You can become infected with HIV/AIDS by sharing needles with a person who is already infected with the disease. If you share needles you are sharing blood. If the blood on the needle contains the HIV virus it will then be passed into your bloodstream when injecting.