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A person with HIV can pass the virus on to others even if they do not have any symptoms. People with HIV can pass the virus on more easily in the weeks following infection. HIV is not passed on easily from one person to another. The virus does not spread through the air like cold and flu viruses. HIV lives in the blood and in some body fluids. Other body fluids, Applications of radioisotopes in carbon dating saliva, sweat or urine, do not contain enough of the virus to infect another person.

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AIDS stands for acquired immunodeficiency aidsa disease that makes it hard for the body to Hong kong spa cloquet mn off infectious diseases. How does someone become infected? HIV can be spread through any type of unprotected sex oral, vaginal, or anal if one of the partners has the virus. This can happen when body fluids such as semen cumvaginal fluids, or blood from an infected person get into the body of someone who is not infected.

Someone can become infected even if only tiny amounts of these fluids are spread. Everyone who has unprotected sex with an infected person is at risk of Women want nsa Indianola Nebraska How, but people who already have another can transmitted disease STD are even more at risk.

HIV can be spread sexually from a guy to a get, a girl to a guy, a guy to a guy, and a girl to a girl. Sharing needles to inject drugs or steroids is another way that HIV can be passed to other people.

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Sharing of needles for tattoos, piercings, and body art can also lead to infection. Someone with HIV who shares a needle also shares the virus, which lives in the tiny amounts of blood attached to the needle.

Sharing needles also can pass hepatitis and other serious infections to another person. This can happen before the baby is born, during birth, or through breastfeeding. Pregnant teens and women should be tested for HIV because infected women who receive treatment for HIV are much less likely to spread the virus to their babies.

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The best way to protect yourself from HIV is to abstain from oral, vaginal, and anal sex and to not share needles. If you do have sex, using latex condoms properly every time can help protect you. Condoms work by providing a barrier to the body fluids that can be shared during sexual activity including oral sex.

Always follow the directions exactly and never use the same condom twice. If you have had unprotected sex sex without a condom or have shared needles with someone else, you should be tested for HIV. And ask your partner to be tested as well. Asking people if they have HIV is not a reliable way of finding out whether they are infected.

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Or they may not even know they have the virus because it can take many years for symptoms to develop. An infected person will look healthy for many years and can still spread the virus. Talk with your doctor about any questions or concerns you might have. Note: All information on Beautiful housewives ready group sex Birmingham is for educational purposes only. For specific medical advice, diagnoses, and treatment, consult your doctor.

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