HIV has been transmitted when there was unprotected contact
between infected blood and broken skin or mucous
Wear gloves if you are going to have contact with blood or
other body fluids that could possibly contain visible
blood, such as urine, feces, or vomit.
Cover cuts, sores, or breaks in the skin with bandages. This
applies to both you and the person living with HIV/AIDS.
Wash your hands and other parts of your body immediately
after contact with blood or other body fluids. Disinfect
surfaces soiled with blood.
IV/AIDS cannot only just affect you. It can
affect the people around you. Like you family,
friends, and anyone you talk too. Having
HIV/AIDS can cause you to be distant. But, for
some people they feel as if they should pass it
to someone else just because they have it, and
they don’t want to be alone.
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