Let us know when you become an infant.
Dear Teak, I am sorry if I offended you or anyone with the question.
I am not a medical practicioner and am not aware of the differences in the immune systems of an infant and an adult.
I was confused as I thought that the virus could not spread outside of the host and then I read this.
Once again, my apologies for this question if its offending, I just needed more precise info if there is any out there.
Be well and all the best.
If you or anyone could answer my questions and if its not too much to ask or offensive, please do.
I really don't understand this route of transmition.
If HIV is a fragile virus and when exposed to air and saliva it becomes INACTIVE and UNABLE to infect so it doesn't matter if the baby has an imature immune system or not.
Should I open a new one to discuss this issue?
It's not up for discussion on this forum.
I checked other forums and see that you personally don't believe in this route of transmission.
Is it true Teak?
If you believe you have been exposed to HIV and want help to judge your risk, would like advice about HIV testing, or have questions about the effectiveness of condoms or risks associated with specific sexual practices, this is the site for you.
I want to judge my child risk.
Your child have unprotected sex? Because you don't have HIV and you've never had a risk of contracting HIV.
My child caregiver was giving some pre-chewed food to him without my permission.
Should I be concerned?
NO. Reread your posting history print it off and seek professional mental help for you HIV phobias.
So... why CDC confirmed 3 cases?