Answer: I wish you were a bit more concrete. The answer depends on where you live if you think of the social reactons and how your society will treat you. Medical it also depends to a certain degree om where you live.
The final consequence is death. But that is the same for everyone. Death from AIDS may come after 25 years or later or earlier. It all depends on the condition of your body and its defense mechanisms - and the medicines you receive and on the food you eat and all the other habits.So you understand it is difficult to answer a question which is not spoken.
Answer: Yes, you can get HIV (the virus that causes AIDS) even if the man does not ejaculate in you. You can get HIV with any swap of bodily fluids, including pre-ejaculate and blood. You do not get HIV from saliva unless there is blood or semen mixed with the saliva.
Answer: through the exchange of bodily fluids (semen, blood, vaginal discharge, etc) from a person who is HIV/AIDS positive. This can be done through sexual intercourse, the fluids can enter the body through an open wound or sore or any open orifice that leads into the body.
Answer: a monkey, a man from England enginerred aids and gave it to a monkey, the monkey scratched him and he got infected it took off from their , from then to today the name of the scientist has never been released. the monkeys name was bubbles.
Are their different types of AIDS?
No,AIDS is not a disease, it is a syndrome( group of symptoms).
Answer: AIDS is usually caused by Less protective Sexual intercourse or intercourse with a already infected person. It also happens to a person if he/she uses a already used syringe, gets injected the blood of already infected person. Use of Condoms ( both male & female ) may help to reduce the chances of causing AIDS to a great extent. The person should take every protective measure possible.
Answer: The symptoms of AIDS are primarily the result of infections that do not normally develop in individuals with healthy immune systems. These are called opportunistic infections.
People with AIDS have had their immune system depleted by HIV and are very susceptible to these opportunistic infections. Common symptoms are fevers, sweats (particularly at night), swollen lymph glands, chills, weakness, and weight loss.
See the signs and tests section below for a list of common opportunistic infections and major symptoms associated with them.
Note: Initial infection with HIV may produce no symptoms. Some people, however, do experience flu-like symptoms with fever, rash, sore throat, and swollen lymph nodes, usually 2 weeks after contracting the virus. Some people with HIV infection remain without symptoms for years between the time they are exposed to the virus and when they develop AIDS.
Answer: You get HIV (the virus) if someone who is infected, gets any of their body fluids into your system (not including Saliva). HIV later becomes AIDS. A person can have the HIV virus in them for their whole lives and still live to be about 80 - it all depends on when it comes out and becomes AIDS.
If a mother has AIDS - she is likely to give it to her baby. There are treatments to stop mother-to-child infection that is 98% effective.
Research has shown that AIDS originally comes from monkey DNA, so it probably originated from monkey DNA mixing with human DNA.
Answer: 1. Throwing a ball in a football match - this would be a concentric contraction because when bringing the ball behind the head your biceps do the concentric contraction. This is because the two ends of the bicep come closer to each other when doing the action. 2. pomallhorses in gymnastic - this is a isometric contraction because the biceps and triceps when doing this the ends of the muscle do not come closer of get further away form each other they stay the same. 3. Kicking a ball in rugby - this is an concentric contraction because the ends of the hamstring get further away when doing this action therefore it is a concentric contractions.4. Sit ups - when doing sit ups your abdominals get closer when you sit up form the floor there for this is a concentric contraction.