Hiv And Breast Milk Fluid
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University of North CarolinaHello there-I'm trying to think of a catchy name to sell this specific moisturizer in stores but haven't come up with one yet. I'll keep thinking on it. However, your HIV-acquisition risk is negligible at best. If you remain worried,... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHiThe only fluid from breast that can infect someone is mother's breast milk and it has to be taken in with a large volume. This is why it is a risk for newborns and breast feeding and why we do not recommend breast feeding for HIV positive... Read more »
University of North CarolinaHello there-No this event doesn't constitute a risk for infection. While HIV can be transmitted via breast milk (typically from mother to child during breastfeeding), it cannot be transmitted via a handjob. Take care,LHW... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesHi Forum,
I am worried about something that happened last night. I sucked a strippers breast and a bit of fluid came out of her nipple which i tasted. It tasted kindof sour. We didn't do anything else.
Now today im searching the net and i see breast... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI know the with breast milk HIV/AIDS it is transfer from mother to child, by breast feeding, I am in childcare and I was wondering if a mother brings in a bottle of her breast milk and I feed it to the baby and the milk gets on a cut of mine or the... Read more »
Posted by kenya, 1 Replyguys, i was having this wild idea. if continous exposure of breastmilk to a baby can cause hiv; what if, you are hiv+ and take breast milk-meaning exposure in low doses. wouldnt that help develop an individuals immunity? reactions!!! Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesWould someone know how many if any babies hiv infected by breast milk?
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