How Likely Is It To Get HIV From Blood In Food
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Chicago Black Gay Mens CaucusNo, you can not get HIV this way.HIV is transmitted when a body fluid from a person with HIV (blood, semen, vaginal fluids, breast milk) comes out of their body and goes immediately/directly inside someone else's body. All of that needs to... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesBased on the biological and epidemiological knowledge of HIV and its transmission, there is no likelihood of transmission in your case. Here's the case:1) It's important to remember that HIV is only known to be transmitted through the... Read more »
Nevada State Health Division AIDS ProgramHi. Thank you for your question.In the 15-20 years that we have been studying this disease, there has neverbeen a case of HIV transmission from food. This is for several reasons. First of all, the HIV virus will not live outside the body for more... Read more »
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Posted by AZT, 2 RepliesWould it be obvious(Basically, what would it feel like) if someone else's blood got in your eye. Read more »
Posted by DSKMan, 1 ReplyI have come to accept that my symptoms of swollen and bleeding gingiva, fever, ulcers, swollen lymph nodes, really wasn't HIV, and likely was a case of acute Herpes infection (Herpetic Gingivostomatitis).
You must understand were I come from, I am a... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHi, I was wondering what the odds are of getting HIV through food.
I was eating a crunchwrap from taco bell recently, probably a month ago, when I distinctly tasted iron/blood (which may have been the beef, because I recall having taco bell beef have... Read more »
Posted by overthetop, 3 RepliesIs it possible to get hiv if you eat food that has wet hiv+ blood on it? Read more »
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