fornication is intercourse outside the covenant of marriage. It is sin. Read if you would like the book of 1 corinthians chapter 6 all of it and chapter 7 too. God is very seriuos about this because it falls in the heading of adultery and that's in deuteronomy chapter 5:18 in the ten commandments, Which many people say it doesn't apply but in the new testament in Matthew 5:28 says that if any one looks! upon a woman to lust after her he has committed adultery with her in his heart. It would be safe to say that any touching or kissing would fall into this category. unless this person is your wife or husband, man and woman. Because remember kissing is going to arouse you and your mind is going to go where it shoudn't. basically you would have sinful thoughts against God with that person your touching or kissing. Remember the Apostle Paul says in the book of 1 corinthians 7:1-2. It is good for a man not to touch a woman, verse 2 nevertheless, to avoid fornication, let every man have his own wife and let every woman have her own husband. And in verse 9 says it says if you cannot contain yourself than it is better to marry than to burn.
I Hope this Helps The Lord Bless you
he is still alive (51)
One reason is that some people have an allergy to latex.
Whenever any foreign substance or agent enters our body, the immune system is activated. Both B- and T-cell members respond to the threat, which eventually results in the elimination of the substance or agent from our bodies. If the agent which gains entry is the kind which remains outside of our cells all of the time (extracellular pathogen), or much of the time (virus often released) the "best" response is the production by B-cells of antibodies which circulate all around the body in the bloodstream, and eventually bind to the agent. There are mechanisms available which are very good at destroying anything which has an antibody bound to it. On the other hand, if the agent is one which goes inside one of our cells and remains there most of the time (intracellular pathogens like viruses or certain bacteria which require the inside of one of our cells in order to live), the "best" response is the activation of cytotoxic T-cells (circulate in the bloodstream and lymph), which eliminate the agent through killing of the cell which contains the agent (agent is otherwise "hidden"). Both of these kinds of responses (B-cell or cytotoxic T-cell) of course require specific helper T-cell biochemical information as described above. Usually, both B-cell and cytotoxic T-cell responses occur against intracellular agents which provides a two-pronged attack. Normally, these actions are wonderfully protective of us. The effect of HIV on the immune system is the result of a gradual (usually) elimination of the Th1 and Th2 helper T-cell sub-populations.
how many people have aids in Florida
how many people have aids in Florida
study your HIV vaccine, it is depend who are the person that you giving speech. If u are dealing with professional, start yr speech with science information. If they are patients, start with your cares. Please be alert while you are talking, if someone ask u something, they are listening.
Define "gender". I will assume sexuality preference, as gender is a common term for this. But if you mean men/women, there is no statistics of women getting aids from homosexual contact. However 23,000 men did. Men get it more often then women from injection drug use because they use drugs more. And women get AIDS more from heterosexual contact then men.
In gay groups, they get AIDS much more often then their heterosexual counterparts. No, its not a conservative myth. It is correct, as usual. "Gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM) represent approximately 2% of the US population, yet are the population most severely affected by HIV. In 2009, MSM accounted for 61% of all new HIV infections, and MSM with a history of injection drug use (MSM-IDU) accounted for an additional 3% of new infections. That same year, young MSM accounted for 69% of new HIV infections among persons aged 13-29 and 44% of infections among all MSM. At the end of 2009, an estimated 441,669 (56%) persons living with an HIV diagnosis in the US were MSM or MSM-IDU."1
2% of the population accounts for 69% of the aids infections... That is obvious who gets more frisky.
And look at my sources: all non bias.
AIDS patients are susceptible to a variety of infections, commonly known as opportunitistic infections. They are so named because the infections take advantage of a person's weakened immune system to strike.
Among the most common infections are:
yes, this questioin is 99.877% correct.
Abnormal paps almost never mean HIV. While women with HIV are more likely to have abnormal pap smears, most women with abnormal pap smears do not have HIV.
It is very risky to have unprotected sex if you are not trying to get pregnant. Also STD can be caught very easily and you may ruin your life ! Use protection! Thin layer of clothing may not be the best contrecaption as you have already predicted it. Learn from your experience and from now on be much more careful...you are young and your life is ahead of you...don't take the chance! Of course you can get pregnant and get HIV if you have sex at ANY TIME UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. All the best to you!
Neither - the influenza VIRUS is not typed by gram stains - only bacteria are.
You could get HIV / AIDS from doing that because you are sharing bodily fluids.
You would only definitely get it if that person was HIV positive.
There are no reliable symptoms to use when HIV is concerned. The only way a person knows if they are infected is to get tested. There are a variety of testing options in the United States and abroad. If you are having trouble locating resources feel free to message me and I would be happy to assist.
Yes, it is possible. However, in many cases, the antibodies to the HIV virus do not appear until well past a month.
The window period for the HIV can be anywhere between 2 weeks to 6 months. Any test done during this window period should be repeated so as to assure accuracy.
Some people find them repulsive or morally reprehensible. But the victim's of leprosy [Hansen's Disease ] were once regarded the same way, as if leprosy was a punishment for sin. No matter how you feel personally , if you are sick and/or dying, how do you wish to be treated? Judge not.
That is correct; there is a possibility you will not get HIV if you sleep with someone infected with the virus. There is a greater possibility of a woman contracting the virus if engaged in unprotected sex as the sperm is ejaculated into the vagina; and sperm has HIV in it. You may want to be tested in 3 & 6 months for HIV and don't engage in unprotected sex or refrain until you know for sure.
If left untreated, HIV is a terminal illness.
HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is the virus that causes AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome). HIV attacks the part of the body that fights disease, the cells involved with immune function. Untreated infection will result in a patient developing AIDS. Patients with AIDS are at considerable risk for developing life-threatening, opportunistic infections.
There are many treatments available to those with access to healthcare. Check your local health department for more information.
The most severe adverse effects associated with the protease inhibitors are kidney and liver toxicity. Patients also have reported a syndrome of abdominal distention (selling and expansion) and increased body odor, which may be socially limiting.
Because bleach kills. And it will kill you, but not the AIDS virus. The human body is not capable of handling the chlorine.
AIDS/HIV has no cure!!!!!!!!!!!
Even an oxygen molecule introduced into a cell would kill it. And oxygen is a vital component to human beings' cellular processes. So it goes without saying much - that introducing something like chlorine into your blood stream is not a very good idea.
Chlorine in high enough concentrations can kill most living organisms.
Blood, Semen, Vaginal Fluid, Pre-ejaculate Or Breast Milk,
Hope This Helps =]
No. Subsequently you also are not able to get AIDS from a live person because AIDS is not a contagious disease. AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) is caused by HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus). HIV is transmitted through contact with infected blood, semen, vaginal fluid and breast milk.
If you are faithful to each other (i.e. neither of you have other sexual partners) then you cannot contract HIV through sexual intercourse.
However, your words 'clearly don't have it' are disturbing as one can have HIV without symptoms. I suggest you both go along together to get a test so both your minds are put at rest.
The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) has a relatively simple structure: a compact sequence of genetic codecomposed of RNA molecules (ribonucleic acid), accompanied by a powerful enzyme (reverse transcriptase), all packaged within a protective shell that can attach itself to the wall of specific living cells in the human body. Once an HIV virus bonds to a cell of the right type, its RNA and reverse transcriptase enzyme can pass through the cell wall into the cell's interior.
There, the viral RNA is able to transcribe itself into a comparable strand of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), using molecules already present in the cell for raw materials, and helped by the reverse transcriptase enzyme. The RNAtranscriptionprocess is error prone, however, and here is where variation enters the picture. The new DNA version, including whatever changes have been introduced during copying, is moved into the cell's nucleus by the cell's own natural transport mechanisms. Once inside the nucleus, the alien DNA is incorporated into the cells own genes.
Now the cell's natural replication mechanisms take over. From the information stored in the alien DNA, multiple copies of the original viral RNA are manufactured, along with multiple copies of proteins and other molecules that are needed to build shells for the new viruses. These parts then begin to self-assemble inside the cell and bud from its walls to form complete new viruses, which travel through the body until they encounter more cells of the right type. Once they attach to those, the entire process is triggered all over again.
The power of evolution to drive this process is augmented by the huge numbers involved. Billions of new HIV viruses can be manufactured inside one human body in a single day. Each time a virus transcribes itself inside a new host T-cell, the chances are high that its copies will contain variations. While most of these variations will tend to render the next generation less fit to survive, a few will turn out to be beneficial, depending on the circumstances.
Those circumstances are produced by anti-viral drugs, which generally work by introducing molecules that interfere with one stage of the HIV transcription/replication process. Such interferences can greatly reduce the number of viral copies being produced inside an infected person at any one time, but the drugs can never completely eliminate the presence of the virus, or stop the replication process entirely. This is because the genes that manufacture the new viruses are embedded deep inside cells that the body cannot afford to lose. These cells, known as T-cells, are essential to the function of the human immune system. Drugs that might attack and kill T-cells would simply be doing what HIV itself already does. Once HIV begins to use a T cell to manufacture copies, the replication process eventually destroys that cell. And once enough T-cells are being destroyed on a daily basis that the body can no longer keep up with the loss by manufacturing new ones, the body's immune system begins to fail. The body then falls prey to opportunistic infections of many kinds, resulting in the varied symptoms of full-blown AIDS.
There is no 100 percent sure way of preventing the transmission of HIV if you are having sex with an infected partner. Some argue that the virus in small enough to penetrate the condom. Still, condoms do break once in awhile, slip off, etc. Thus, there is always that possibility of contracting the virus.