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The AIDS causing virus is present in the blood, semen, vaginal fluid, and breast milk of HIV infected persons. AIDS causing virus is also present in saliva, sweats and tears, quantity is not enough to transmit the HIV to other persons. There are no known cases of anyone catching HIV through sneezing, shaking hands, or from toilet seats or mosquito bites.
The common ways of spreading HIV in North America are unsafe sex and sharing injection needle. HIV also spread through unsafe heterosexual, homosexual, vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Risk of HIV infection is lesser with oral sex; one must use protection even with oral sex. AIDS causing virus can be passed on through mothers to the baby during birth. Breast-feeding by an HIV positive mother may also transmit AIDS causing virus.
Once AIDS causing virus comes to the blood, this virus adapt cells which are important to the immune response, called CD4+ lymphocytes. The AIDS causing virus then infuses its own genes into the cell. Slowly but gradually the amount of AIDS causing virus increases in the blood and healthy CD4+ cells goes down. The demolition of CD4+ cells intervene with the body's power to fight off viruses and other diseases.
Symptoms of AIDS causing virus infection appears 2 to 12 weeks after exposure to the HIV. At this time the AIDS causing virus starts very quickly taking over immune cells in the blood. The symptoms of AIDS at this period are flu-like and include: