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Are you aware that HIV lives in certain body fluids and as such can be easily transmitted or contracted when a healthy person comes in contact with these body fluids. Several writeups have been published concerning this disease but very few people have a grounded knowledge on the fluids that HIV lives and is most active in.

So in this article in line with a publication on CDC, we are going to have a look at some body fluids HIV Survives in and can be gotten from. This article will serve as an eye opener to many who may be oblivious of the fluids that easily transmit the disease. Just sit tight and enjoy this eye opening article.

What Are The Bodily Fluids That Can Easily Cause One to Contract The HIV?

1. Blood – this is actually the most common and easiest way of contracting the virus. If there is any sort of carelessness during blood transfusion, and the needle used for an infected person is used to handle someone who is not infected, the person will certainly get infected.

2. Semen – HIV also dwells in seminal fluid and as such ingesting or indulging in unprotected copulation with an infected person will also infect you if the seminal fluid comes in contact with your genital.

3. Rectal fluids – the fluids from the rectum i.e. the anal area also contains the virus in the body of an infected person.

4. Breast milk – it is for this reason that infected mothers are not allowed to breastfeed their kids to avoid passing it down to their innocent babies.

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5. Vaginal fluids also contain HIV in the body of an infected person. So not using a barrier method such as condom means you have signed up for whatever may come your way.


6. Pre seminal fluid produced by the Cowper’s gland in males also contains the virus in a HIV positive person. So you really need to be careful how you come in contact with people you are unaware of their medical history.


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