HIV is transmitted via blood, semen, vaginal secretions, and breast milk. The most common way it is transferred is via unprotected sex.
AIDS can not transmit through air. It needs some type of contact through
blood ,serum or saliva etc from person to person. It can be transmitted through dried blood in syringes etc. it can not be transmitted through skin by skin contact or by sitting on a toilet seat where someone with AIDS sat. Associating AIDS with sex alone is wrong. If some one has sex with a woman infected with AIDS does not necessarily mean he would get AIDS, there is however a very high chance of contacting AIDS in such a case. It's easier for a woman to contract HIV through sexual intercourse than it is for a man due to ejaculation. A woman can transmit it to her unborn child but with proper medication the risk is reduced to 5%.
sidestream and mainstream
True; there is currently no cure for AIDS.
False for a plus
Rabies, chickenpox, and influenza are viral. Heart disease may or may not be caused by a virus.
Cases of Gonorrhea decreased 50% from 1975 to 1997.
HPV is the most common sexually transmitted virus in the United States.
Women are more vulnerable than men to the medical consequences of alcohol abuse.
I think it would be a source of vitamin E, iron, zinc, magnesium, and cholesterol.
Chlamydia is the most common bacterial sexually transmitted disease in the United States.
Human papilloma Virus
Pregnant women with this sexually transmitted disease have infections in the womb and fallopian tubes which is known as pelvic inflammatory disease.
This sexually transmitted disease is caused by a bacterium that can grow and multiply easily in the reproductive tracts of both men and women.
This sexually transmitted disease will eventually lead to damage of the internal organs and other physical problems such as paralysis numbness and gradual blindness.?