What are the chances of getting HIV when circumcised?
The same as someone uncircumcised
well if you dont have HIV and neither does you partner then the chances of getting infected by this desease is from 0 to none, unless you work in a laboratory, nurse, jobs that require you to deal with blood... jobs like that put you at some risk of accidentally getting infected by HIV or any other desease.
Your son was bitten on his hand by a HIV infected kid how much chances are ther of his getting infected?
The chances of having a healthy pregnancy with a good outcome are better today than they were at the beginning of the HIV epidemic. However, it will all depend on whether or not a pregnant woman is being treated with HIV, what her viral load is, and the state of her overall health. Medications for HIV will help reduce the chances that the unborn will be infected.
1) There is no distinction that a man is more resistance or susceptible to HIV. 2) Both sexes have the same chances of contracting HIV if no precaution is taken. (Apply to homosexual men) 3) However, during unprotected sexual intercourse, women have about 2 fold of contracting HIV virus compared to men due to the tearing in the vagina that increases the chances of HIV contraction.
Yes. HIV can enter your body through an open wound or sore. Do not get involved with anything infected with HIV as long as you have an open wound. In Africa where most of the research has been done, men with open wounds on their penises get HIV even if they have been circumcised. HIV exists in vaginal fluid.
Theoretically yes. Exposure to HIV does not have to be long for transmission to occur. Are your chances low? Yes. Chances are increased based on a number of factors: - Amount of virus exposed to - Length of exposure - Viral load of HIV positive partner - Availability of HIV to enter your blood stream With a moment of penetration, there may not be enough time to do damage to either the vaginal or anal…