There's medication you take to lessen the chances and you can't have it c sectioned out,,and no breast feeding
no you can only get aids from having sex and if the other person has it . you should listen more
No one specific person alone can administer AIDS. AIDS is developed when someone has a sexual intercourse with more than one person. Sometimes, the development of AIDS is instant, and other times it slowly emerges from the one that is infected.
no u cant, only if the person with aids has a cut in there mouth. then the blood will go into the healthy person.
aids can be sexually transmitted but you can also catch it from the blood of a person infected by aids (hiv)
You can not get the HIV from an uninfected person
From having unpertected sex with someone who does.
If someone is AIDS free and happens to swallow say saliva with blood samples of an infected person, he or she cannot contact HIV unless if he or she has a sore throat.
If you are having unprotected sex with someone that has HIV/AIDS, then yes it is possible for you to have HIV/AIDS. If you are abstaining from sex, then you have nothing to worry about. Also, you can get HIV/AIDS from the exchange of bodily fluids, including blood if the other person is infected with HIV/AIDS.
I would imagine it to be very heart breaking. I have friends who have aids .. It ruined their lives .. Its a scary thing to deal with. Thats why you have to be careful.. You can catch aids many ways : from kissing someone with aids.. Even a child can get aids if they drink breast milk from someone with aids.. And of course having sex with someone with aids will leave you doubtful and regretful .
When someone has AIDS in the workplace, that person is usually in the darkest, dankest corner of the office. Be sure not to allow that person to spit, sneeze, or cough on you. Otherwise, you will have AIDS.
Yes, but they can give the HIV onto someone else, and they could get AIDs too.
You can only get HIV/AIDS by having intimate contact with someone who has the HIV virus and/or AIDS, or by a transfer of blood or other body fluid, such as a stab from a contaminated needle. AIDS is "Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome," which is caused by the HIV virus. See the link below for further information. It is very possible to get HIV from someone who has HIV. The only way to get HIV is from someone who has HIV or by transfer of contaminated blood. HIV is different than AIDs because HIV (the virus) causes AIDs (the condition). Sometimes a person can have HIV and never have AIDs, but it is not possible to have AIDs without HIV.
Yes, by having sexual contact or using same needles with someone with Aids virus.
I would hope we all are against the virus, not the person. I certainly am not against someone because they have AIDS or HIV.
A person with AIDS is very immunocompromised. Therefore, even the slightest infection would affect them far more than someone without AIDS. A cold is all it takes to likely send someone with the disease into the hospital.
No No, to get AIDS you must have physical contact with another person who has AIDS. You cannot get AIDS if you did not have physical contact with another person who has AIDS. Hope this helped !
A person who aids a criminal is called an accessory.
The definition of a visual aid is something that can be seen that aids learning. Visual aids show someone a concept and allows this person to see what another person is communicating.
AnswerAids is transfered when people have sex, using a condom greatly reduces the chances of getting aids. Animals cannot get aids and can't transfer it. Aids comes from blood, semen and other bodily fluids. You can't get aids from saliva, so kissing, hugging, handshakes, and just about everything else will not give you aids. If someone has aids, don't worry about it, as long as you don't have sex with them you'll be fine. Edit:Aids can also be transfered by blood. If someone with aids has an open cut, you can only get it if you are to share blood or eat the blood by maybe accedetly mixing it with food but the aids virus can only live for five minutes outside of the body. If you give birth to a child while not having aids, and you some how you obtian it in your blood stream and breast feed the child, it will get aids even though it might have not had aids after birth.
AIDS could be inherited if the mother of the child has AIDS.
A person with AIDS looks like anybody else, a normal person. It is impossible to tell if someone is infected with AIDS just by looking at them. It has no outward signs that would let you know if a person has it. In later stages of AIDS, they may often take on a very sick, gaunt appearance, because of AIDS ravaging their body, but there would be no signs that they have any particular illness.
Because AIDS weakens the immune system, which makes the person susceptible to other diseases.
The difference between a healthy person, someone with HIV, and someone with AIDS is determine by T-Cell counts. Depending on your level depends on where you fall.
Yes, assuming the person is infected with the AIDS virus.