Acquired means that people are not born with the disease. ... A person is
diagnosed as having AIDS when he or she gets specific types of illnesses or gets
sick in certain ... HIV can be spread by so...
Dec 31, 2015 ... HIV can be transmitted through: Sexual Contact, pregnancy, ... Only certain body
fluids from a person who has HIV can transmit HIV: ... By being stuck with an HIV-
contaminated needle or other sharp object. ... Other sexual activities that don't
involve the exchange of body fluids (for example, touching).
Dec 14, 2015 ... Some questions and answers on how HIV is transmitted. ... provides the facts
about HIV risk from different types of sex, injection drug use, ... Only certain body
fluids—blood, semen (cum), pre-seminal fluid ... How well does HIV survive
outside the body? collapsed ... Can I get HIV from anal sex? collapsed.
You acquire infection with HIV, the virus which after several years can produce
the ... The virus is spread almost entirely through sex and sharing needles or
syringes. .... It also seems possible that a certain group in the population with
particular ..... clean of blood and other body fluids before disinfection, as blood
residue is a...
Blood and body fluids, such as saliva, semen and vaginal fluid, can contain
viruses. ... If you prick yourself with a used needle, hold the affected limb down
low to get it to bleed. ... If you have a serious cut or wound, and depending on
how deep and/or dirty the ... If you get infected, you can spread the infection to
There are at least two types of HIV virus: HIV-1 is the cause of AIDS, and HIV-2 is
a .... Because of the risk of developing resistance to medications for certain STDs,
... It is spread by contact with infected body fluid and can be passed from a ....
Syringe exchange or needle exchange programs also help prevent spread of ...
Can an infected person give you HIV/AIDS by poking you with a ... This can
happen if the blood of an infected person enters your body in any one of the
following ways. (i) Contaminated needles: A needle that has been used on a HIV/
AIDS person ... Latex Condoms prevent the exchange of semen or vaginal fluids
in which ...
Sharing needles spreads diseases. ... Write your politicians, volunteer your time
to a needle exchange ... Blood is a better carrier of HIV than semen or vaginal
fluid. ... HIV leaves your body unable to defend itself from these various threats, ...
by which AIDS can be contracted, and the methods we can use to ...
refugeehealth.ca/sites/default/files/HIV (USCRI) | English.pdf
dirty needles should NOT be shared. Some cit- ies offer needle exchange
programs, where you can exchange ... IF YOU ARE LIVING WITH HIV YOU CAN.
PREVENT SPREADING THE DISEASE TO. OTHERS. ... son has AIDS when their
body has weakened and can no ... breast milk, and vaginal fluids of people with.
www.cdss.ca.gov/agedblinddisabled/res/VPTC2/6 Universal Precautions/Understanding_Common_Communicable_Diseases.pdf
The best ways to prevent the spread of germs are to wash hands frequently ...
precautionary measures for common communicable diseases can be found
below. ... something contaminated with a cold virus (such as a door knob) and
then touching .... secretions, and other body fluids of people who have hepatitis B