yes it is possible, but with every instance of sexual intercourse there is a possibilty you could contract HIV.
It is possible to have sex with an hiv positive person without contracting hiv. You could have sex many times with an hiv positive person and get very lucky and not contract the virus. However, maybe the next time you have sex, you may get unlucky and become infected.
With proper precaution's, it is possible.
If you are HIV positive, then you have the HIV virus. If you are HIV negative then you do not have the HIV virus.
Patients who are HIV positive have the HIV virus. Patients who are HIV negative do not have the HIV virus, or have been infected so recently that the test is not yet positive.
It is better to be HIV negative than HIV positive. An HIV positive person is infected with HIV.
HIV-positive means you are infected with the human immunodeficiency virus. HIV-negative means that you are not infected with the HIV.
Yes, it is possible, but not very likely.
It is possible to have a false negative HIV test, particuarly early in infection with HIV. If a partner has a true negative HIV test, it's not possible to get HIV from them.
Yes. Both are quite possible.
If the mother does not contract HIV from the man, her baby will not get HIV from her.
It would be almost impossible to test negative if a person is HIV positive.
A person who is HIV positive has HIV. A person who is HIV negative does not have HIV or is early enough in the course of infection that the test is still negative.
Yes they can.
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.
Yes, it's possible for a baby to be born without HIV even if one parent has HIV. Medications and other preventive measures can help deliver a healthy baby.
The answer to whether HIV gram-stain positive or negative is that HIV gram-stain is negative. They retain the light red or pink color after the stain.
HIV is a virus, not a bacterium, so it's neither gram positive nor negative.
Yes; a HIV positive person can test negative for chlamydia.
Yes; it is possible.
No; you would not be HIV positive.
The underling root of HIV is direct sex. When a person is HIV positive and another person is HIV negative and they have direct sex, the HIV moves into the HIV negative person and the HIV is now positive in both of the persons.
that is not possible, unless first test negative then second positive. The reason being: if one contracts HIV it takes a certain period of time (window period) for its presence to be detected. So, when one has tested positive to HIV, it remains that way as there is no cure.
Yes you can.
Sifundo Thwani is HIV Negative.
Only if the first HIV test was false positive can the test results change.