Handshakes, hugs ...
Leather is a natural barrier to the virus, so it is impossible
transmission of HIV through shaking hands, hugging. And if there are abrasions, scratches,
cuts and other? For at least a theoretical risk of HIV transmission in this
case it is necessary that a sufficient amount of blood containing the HIV
It fell to a fresh open and bleeding wound. It is unlikely that you will
acquainted with someone bleeding hand, if you, too, whipping
blood. Anyway, we do not recommend you to do anything
Hygiene items, toilet ...
It may contain only 4 human body fluids: blood,
semen, vaginal secretions and breast milk. Through clothes,
bed linen, towels HIV can not be transmitted, even if
clothing, underwear got fluid containing HIV, then it will quickly die in
environment. If HIV-lived "outside" person hours or
even days, it would undoubtedly have been cases of domestic ne waytransmission,
but simply do not happen, at least not for more than happened
20 years of the epidemic.
, Sauna ...
contact with a fluid containing HIV, the virus will die in the water, besides
Again, the skin is a reliable barrier against the virus. Only
way to become infected with HIV in the pool - it is there to do without sex
insect bites, contact with other animals ...
- The human immunodeficiency virus, he can live and reproduce only in the
the human body, so the animals can not transmit HIV. TO
Moreover, contrary to popular myth, human blood can not get
in another's bloodstream through the bite of a mosquito.
it's unbelievable, but there are people who are afraid of contracting HIV through
masturbation. The only thing you can say to that: from anyone in this
or it may be passed on?
that HIV is not transmitted through kissing already written a lot. At the
However, there are people who are concerned about issues of "wounds and ssadinok"
in the mouth. In real life, so that this virus is transmitted by
kiss, two people with open bleeding wounds in the mouth should
kissing long and deep, with one of them should not be
just HIV, but a very high viral load (amount of virus in
blood). It is unlikely that someone will be able, and willing, to reproduce such
"Sadist" kiss in practice. If such a route of transmission was
possible, there would be cases of HIV transmission through kissing, for example,
Permanent discordant pairs (in which only one partner
HIV). However such cases do not occur.
"Injections" in transport, metro ...
of 'infected needles' appeared in the foreign media at the very beginning
epidemic. Our media is still actively replicate the myth. AT
reality, there was not only recorded a single case of transmission
HIV in this way, but not a single case of someone trying to "infect" with
using a needle or syringe. Unfortunately, this shows how our
society treats people with HIV, again, no one doubts,
HIV-positive for some reason you need someone "trying to infect."
all these twenty years has not been a single case
"AIDS-terrorism," as it quickly dubbed. Even if we imagine
this situation, the transmission of HIV in this case is excluded. HIV too
dies quickly outside the body, the amount of blood that falls in
in this case the blood flow is negligible. If you thought that you
We felt a prick in transport - do not panic, this can be
thousand much more realistic explanation.
Letting analysis ...
and so that the people who have passed the test for HIV, there are fears that they could
HIV is transmitted through blood directly in the office of the fence
testing. Perhaps this fear arises from association with
HIV infections, but it is absolutely excluded. Blood sampling is performed
using a single tool, and arguments about what you
"Substituted for" a syringe and so on - no more than mistrust.
up, it should be noted that HIV transmission routes are well understood: if
unprotected sex, sharing equipment with injections, by
mother to child during pregnancy, childbirth or breast milk feeding.
Other modes of HIV transmission there. They are not so "easy" to get infected in all
situations that represent a risk of HIV transmission, each person
can protect yourself and loved ones.