Do you know how HIV Spreads?
A lot of people still do not understand how HIV is passed, or transmitted, from one person to another. Knowing the basics helps you avoid getting the virus if you are HIV-negative, and avoid giving it to someone else if you are living with HIV+.
The spread of HIV can be prevented! There are ways to avoid, or at least reduce, contact with body fluids that spread HIV. This article explains how.
HIV is spread through contact with the following body fluids:
- Blood (including menstrual blood and any blood in saliva, urine, and feces)
- Semen ("cum") and other male sexual fluids ("pre-cum")
- Vaginal fluids
- Breast milk
HIV is also spread through contact with these body fluids; however, usually only health care workers come into contact with these fluids:
- Fluid around the brain and spinal cord (cerebrospinal fluid)
- Fluid around the joints (synovial fluid)
- Fluid around a developing fetus (amniotic fluid)
HIV is not spread through contact with these body fluids:
- Saliva (spit)
- Feces (poop)
- Urine (pee)
Don't worry you can't get HIV by touching or hugging someone who is living with HIV, kissing someone living with HIV, or by using a toilet also used by someone living with HIV.
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