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Can HIV Be Transmitted Through Drinking After Someone

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can hiv virus be transmitted through drinks/juice.(contaminated)?

i'm worried, a freind of mine, gave me a cup of juice when i visited, but i have been always suspicious of her actions(*maybe she puts her contaminated blood in the juice*).can hiv virus be transmitted through drinks/juice(i.e in my...
Shannon Southall

Response from Shannon Southall

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HiHIV cannot be transmitted in this manner.HIV transmission occurs through a direct and prolonged exchange of body fluid, semen, vaginal fluid, blood or mother to child through breast feeding. Casual contact, sharing utensils, drinking after... Read more »

No, HIV is not transmitted in hot beverages.

I think you are too intelligent...I love you...ThadFlorida and San Antonio...thanks for the info... Read more »
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Incidence of Sexually Transmitted Infections Among Hazardously Drinking Women After Incarceration

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Alcohol Use, Unprotected Sex, and Sexually Transmitted Infections Among Female Sex Workers in China

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Sexually Transmitted Disease Testing Protocols, Sexually Transmitted Disease Testing, and Discussion of Sexual Behaviors in HIV Clinics in Los Angeles County

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Risky Business and PrEP Interest in Chicago STI Clinic

Chicago researchers surveyed patients at a clinic treating sexually transmitted diseases about condom use, perception of HIV risk, and acceptance of PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis, the use of medication to prevent HIV infection). At ICAAC, they... Read more »
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Can HIV be transmitted this way?

Posted by jacob123, 2 Replies
I know ive asked a similar question but it still paranoids me. Lets say a s small amount of HIV+ blood went in the water(not visible). Then 10 minutes later, someone drinks that water. What are the chances of catching HIV? Because i was playing... Read more »

Could I get HIV/STD from random people's drinks?

Posted by jacko2217, 2 Replies
Over the weekend I recently went to a Homecoming party that my college was hosting. It was alot of fun and I had a very good time but I remember after a few drinks, starting to drink out of random people's beers, once drinking directly out of a... Read more »

Drinking

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
What would be the chances of contracting the HIV virus from drinking a bottle of wine in South Africa after the local waiter cut his hand on the corkscrew while opening the bottle? Would alcohol have killed the virus anyway? This may sound like a... Read more »

Drinking straws

Posted by Anonymous, 5 Replies

You know some drinking straws come unwrapped and the person at the restaurant or store touches it when he/she gives it to you, would that be risky if the person had saliva or some other fluid like blood in their hands? This is crazy, I know, I wish... Read more »