Dec 31, 2015 ... HIV is transmitted through blood, semen, breast milk, & other body fluids. Learn
how HIV is spread.
Dec 14, 2015 ... Myths persist about how HIV is transmitted. This section provides the facts about
HIV risk from different types of sex, injection drug use, and ...
You can't "catch" AIDS; you only contract AIDS if you have HIV -- Read more ...
HIV can only be transmitted from an infected person to another through direct ...
Some people wrongly believe that HIV can be spread by the air (even though HIV
can't survive outside the body) and other ways such as by touching toilet seats ...
A brief description of how HIV is, and is not, spread (part of the Basics lesson for
patients), from the VA National HIV/AIDS website.
Jun 14, 2013 ... Part of the fear of HIV and AIDS comes from not knowing the facts. The more
knowledge you have, the better you'll be able to protect yourself.
Oral sex is not an efficient route of HIV transmission. To learn more about the "
theoretical risk" of oral sex and HIV transmission, click here. Kissing, massage ...
Biologically, four conditions need to be present for transmission to occur: virus
must be present in an infectious body fluid from the HIV-positive person, it must
Sep 22, 2015 ... HIV is spread only in certain body fluids from a person infected with HIV. These
fluids are blood, semen, pre-seminal fluids, rectal fluids, vaginal ...
HIV can be transmitted from an infected person to another through: Blood (
including menstrual blood) Semen Vaginal secretions Breast milk Blood contains