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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
Doctor :   ok
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User :   ya but i want to ask some other problems
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User :   if suppose an hiv infected person by mistake drops his blood in eating food and if that food is suppose taken by normal person is that person infected by hiv
Doctor :   if the normal person's oral cavity or the food pipe then that does not have any cuts then no it will not transmit
Doctor :   there is one other option you can go to our home page and search for any query regarding hiv
Doctor :   and you will get the information
User :   if suppose mosquito bites hiv person and the same mosquito bits normal person can the normal person be infected by hiv
Doctor :   no
User :   if we share the drinking glasses with hiv person is ther any affect to normal person
Doctor :   no
Doctor :   no if there is no cut in the mouth or food pipe
User :   can the hiv virus survive outside the blood for ex in food
Doctor :   yes but for very very short time
User :   can it survive in hot food
Doctor :   NO
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User :   can the hiv survive in cold food
User :   hi doctor are you there
Doctor :   hi
User :   pleas answer to my last question
Doctor :   NO
User :   i dint understand
Doctor :   what is that cold that you mean?
User :   cold means the food is not in warm position
Doctor :   usually no
Doctor :   HIV can be transmitted through:
Doctor :   Unprotected vaginal, anal and oral sex.
Doctor :   Direct blood contact, which may occur through needle sharing, transfusions, accidents in health care settings, or certain blood products.
Doctor :   Mother to baby; before or during birth or through breast milk.
Doctor :   HIV can be transmitted from an infected person to another through: Doctor :   Blood
Doctor :   Semen (including pre-seminal fluid)
Doctor :   Vaginal secretions
User :   i hav heared that hiv virus after exposed out of the blood dies immediately
Doctor :   HIV can also be transmitted through breast milk-expressed through feeding, in limited circumstances where there is exposure to large quantities.
Doctor :   fluida that are not infectious
Doctor :   Saliva
Doctor :   Urine and Tears
Doctor :   Sweat, Feces, Vomit
Doctor :   routes of hiv transmission
Doctor :   HIV can enter the body through open cuts or sores and by directly infecting cells in the mucous membranes.
Doctor :   Transmission can happen in the mouth, the eyes, vagina, penis (through the urethra), in the anus and rectum
Doctor :   "HIV cannot cross healthy, unbroken skin. "
User :   pleas answer my last question
Doctor :   no not my cold foods
Doctor :   not by cold foods
User :   not that doctor about survival of the hiv that i hav heared that it will die immediately out of blood
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   it will die
User :   i hav hearde that it will die in frction of seconds
Doctor :   yes
User :   that means the blood which is passed through veins directly can cause infect
Doctor :   yes
User :   how many seconds can hiv survive outside in air
Doctor :   fraction of seconds
Doctor :   hat means less than a second
User :   last time you told it is 35-45seconda
Doctor :   are you sure that was written seconds
User :   ya
Doctor :   it must have been milliseconds and that its approxiamte
Doctor :   are you there?
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