Is it possible to catch aids from a woman?!

Question: Is it possible to catch aids from a woman that has it by getting oral sex from her while you are wearing a rubber?Also can you get it by kissing her,not tongue kissing?
If she is giving you a blow with a rubber on you are cool. But if she kisses you regardless of tongue or not, I think you can.

Other Answers:
Any fluid exchange can transmit AIDS. Be smart and don't mess around with it.
Not in this manor. Aids is transmitted mainly by blood. Its considered a blood born pathogen. Now if you have been nailing her without a condom your chances are very good.
Saliva does not have enough of AIDS virus to transmit. But if you are giving her oral sex, it is possible. There are devices called dental dams that you use over the woman's vagina during oral sex.
it's possible, but unlikely. it takes a lot of spit to have a chance of catching it orally, but it is possible.
there is always a small chance of getting it through these ways. I wouldn't have sex with her if I were you, it's too risky. Your chances may be reduced, but they are still there. if she has any tiny little soars on her lip (you don't even have to be able to see them) you can get it from her.
Why do you want to have anything to do with a woman that has AIDS? Get smart.
Unless she has a cut in her mouth AND your condom breaks, oral sex is pretty safe.
Any type of kissing DOES NOT mean you'll get AIDS, if you both have a mouth lesion (an open wound) there is risk, otherwise it's pretty risk-free
You can get AIDS from a woman, but only if you both have open sores. If you're receiving oral sex with a condom on, you could only contract it if you had an open sore on your penis and she had an open sore in her mouth and the condom broke. You can only get AIDS from kissing if you've both got open, bleeding sores in your mouths.

Contrary to popular belief, AIDS is fairly hard to catch. Even blood transfusions, which are the most surefire way to contract AIDS, will only have 9,000 infections per 10,000 exposures to an infected source. Having insertive vaginal sex without a condom only has an infection rate of 5 per 10,000 exposures.
It is more possible from a woman then from a man.
HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is the virus that causes AIDS. This virus may be passed from one person to another when infected blood, semen, or vaginal secretions come in contact with an uninfected person’s broken skin or mucous membranes. In addition, infected pregnant women can pass HIV to their baby during pregnancy or delivery, as well as through breast-feeding. People with HIV have what is called HIV infection. Some of these people will develop AIDS as a result of their HIV infection.

AIDS stands for Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome.
Acquired – means that the disease is not hereditary but develops after birth from contact with a disease causing agent (in this case, HIV).
Immunodeficiency – means that the disease is characterized by a weakening of the immune system.
Syndrome – refers to a group of symptoms that collectively indicate or characterize a disease. In the case of AIDS this can include the development of certain infections and/or cancers, as well as a decrease in the number of certain cells in a person’s immune system.
A diagnosis of AIDS is made by a physician using specific clinical or laboratory standards.

I feel that you could get aids from a woman giving you oral sex. Fluid is fluid no matter where it's at.
yes it is possible for both. all bodily fluids
Yes. Unlikely but yes. There is no such thing as safe sex, only safer sex. The kissing is a long shot, but the oral sex could transmit HIV.

Also, never used "only" when discussing HIV infection. It has been communicated by many different and odd means and will continue to do so. No one wants to be on the wrong end of a ratio when it comes to a deadly disease. A virus is a very small thing. It does not take an open sore, merely bleeding gum from gingivitis to less for an infection to take place. Be careful out there.
as of today there has been no proof or no documentation of a virus so called "HIV/AIDS"


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