HIV Transmission in Orlando FL
If you are trying to find information about HIV Transmission in Orlando FL, Community Care Resource of FL (CCRSFL) is a STD testing resource that can help. Our clinic offers free STD testing and counseling as it pertains to the HIV Virus. We are located in the Orlando region and our outreach gives the Orange County area a safe environment to receive counseling and training about the many sexual diseases that exist. We look forward to hearing from you about any question you may have.
Watch the video below that shares information about HIV Transmission. The information from this video is from HIVcare.org
According to HIVCare.org, “Only five body fluids can contain enough HIV to infect someone: blood, semen (including pre-cum), rectal fluid, vaginal fluid, and breast milk. HIV can only get passed when one of these fluids from a person with HIV gets into the bloodstream of another person—through broken skin, the opening of the penis or the wet linings of the body, such as the vagina, rectum, or foreskin.
The three main ways that HIV can get passed between you and someone else are:
- Through unprotected sex (anal or vaginal sex without a condom).
- By sharing needles or other equipment to inject drugs (including steroids).
- To a fetus or baby during pregnancy, birth, or breastfeeding.
HIV cannot be passed by:
- Talking, shaking hands, working or eating with someone who has HIV.
- Hugs or kisses.
- Coughs or sneezes.
- Swimming pools.
- Toilet seats or water fountains.”
Book An Appointment Today for More Information
Please call our office that services the Orlando, FL area today for more information and/or counseling concerning the HIV virus at 1 (877) 287-2520.