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Understanding how HIV can and cannot be transmitted is vital to preventing new infections. HIV is a rapidly changing virus but, thankfully, it is also entirely preventable. Some people assume that certain behaviors or exposure situations can cause HIV disease, even if the virus is not present.

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This is not true. The concentration of HIV determines whether infection will occur. In blood, for example, the virus is very concentrated.

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A small amount of blood is enough to infect someone. The concentration of virus in blood or other fluids can change, in the same person, over time. Persons who take HIV medications as prescribed can have very low quantities of HIV present in bodily fluids, greatly reducing the risk of transmitting HIV to their partners.

It is important to note that HIV is a very fragile virus which will die quickly when exposed to light and air. Exposure to small amounts of dried blood or other infectious fluids is not a realistic risk for HIV transmission.

It is not enough to be in contact with an infected fluid for HIV to be transmitted. Healthy, intact skin does not allow HIV to get into the body. HIV can Breaking and entering anal scene 4 through an open cut or sore, or through contact with mucous membranes. Transmission risk is very high when HIV comes in contact with the more porous mucous membranes in the genitals, the anus, and the rectum which are inefficient barriers to HIV.

Although very rare, transmission is also possible through oral sex because body fluids can enter the bloodstream through cuts in the mouth. HIV can be transmitted from an infected person to another through the following infectious fluids:.

HIV can enter the body through open cuts or sores and by directly infecting cells in mucous membranes. HIV cannot cross healthy, unbroken skin. Unprotected sexual intercourse oral, vaginal, and analsharing needles for injection drug use, and mother to child transmission in utero, during delivery, and breastfeeding are the main transmission routes for the HIV virus.

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Sexual activity is the most common way HIV is transmitted. HIV can be transmitted through sexual intercourse, both vaginal and anal.

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HIV can easily pass through the mucus membranes in the genitals and the rectum, or may pass through cuts and sores. Although very rare, HIV can also be transmitted through oral sex. Conditions such Breaking and entering anal scene 4 bleeding gums and poor oral health increase the risk of transmission through oral sex.

Anal sex without a condom is the riskiest sexual activity for HIV transmission. The receptive partner is at the greatest risk because anal tissue is easily bruised or torn during sex which then provides easy access to the bloodstream for HIV carried in semen.

The insertive partner is also at some risk because the membranes inside the urethra can provide entry for HIV into the bloodstream.

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The presence of other sexually transmitted infections can increase the risk of HIV transmission during anal sex. Unprotected vaginal sex is also considered risky for HIV transmission. The receptive partner is at the greatest risk because the lining of the vagina is a mucous membrane which can provide easy access to the bloodstream for HIV carried in semen.

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The insertive is also at some risk because the membranes inside the urethra can provide an entry for HIV into the bloodstream. The presence of other sexually transmitted infections can increase the risk of HIV transmission during vaginal sex.

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The risk of HIV transmission through oral sex with a man is very low because the mouth is an unfriendly environment for HIV.

A person receiving oral sex is generally not at risk because that person is coming into contact only with saliva, which does not transmit HIV.

However, the presence of other sexually transmitted infections can increase the risk of HIV transmission during oral sex.

The minimal risk of transmission from oral sex with a man is only for the person performing the oral sex. Open cuts and abrasions in the mouth or bleeding gums can create an entry point for HIV and increase the risk of transmission.

Learn how to reduce your risk of HIV transmission during oral sex with a man. There are a few documented cases where it appears that HIV was transmitted orally and those cases are attributed to ejaculation into the mouth.

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Saliva contains enzymes that break down the virus and the mucous membranes in the mouth are more protective than anal or vaginal tissue. The risk of transmission through oral sex with a woman is very low because the mouth is an unfriendly environment for HIV. Saliva breaks down the virus and the mucous membranes in the mouth are more protective than anal or vaginal tissue.

The minimal risk of transmission from oral sex with a woman is only for the person performing the oral sex as their mouth is in contact with vaginal fluid.

However, there is little data documenting HIV transmission via oral sex from an infected woman to an uninfected person. Performing oral sex on a woman who is menstruating increases the risk because blood Breaking and entering anal scene 4 more HIV than vaginal fluid. The presence of other sexually transmitted infections can increase the risk of HIV transmission during oral sex. Oral to anal contact rimming poses minimal risk for HIV transmission.

However, rimming is a risk for transmission of hepatitis, parasites, and many other sexually transmitted infections. HIV can be transmitted by contact between infectious fluids and bleeding cuts or open sores in the skin. However, healthy intact skin does not allow HIV to enter the body and provides an excellent barrier against the virus. Non-sexual transmission is rare.

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The rare circumstances where non-sexual transmission has occurred typically involve medical settings or accident scenes where there is a very large volume of blood exposure or a needle stick. Sharing syringes [including needles and works] poses a very high risk for HIV transmission. Sharing a syringe is the most efficient way to transmit the Breaking and entering anal scene 4 as it passes blood directly from one person's blood stream to another's.

Sharing syringes is also a very efficient way to transmit other blood borne viruses such as Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C. There have been no documented cases of transmission of HIV by piercing or tattooing.


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