It appears that trichomoniasis is one of the few STDs that can be caught through other means as well. Although the protozoan dies rapidly in dry conditions, it appears that you can be infected by sharing a washcloth with an infected person, or possibly by having your genitals come into contact with someone else's infected genital discharge.
If you have anal sex with a partner who has Aids or if you have oral sex the HIV virus that causes Aids can be transmitted to you.
....same way you get it if you were having sexual intercourse with a straight person the exchange of bodily fluids without using protection. but you dont have to worry about drinking after someone with the disease my mother has it and i feel perfectly fine drinking after her.
Remember: You can generally only catch HIV by having unprotected sex with some who has it or by sharing needles with that person.
The only way to find out is to take an HIV test. Go to a free clinic or a doctor. HIV will not show its symptoms until AIDS but HIV can be detected through the detection of our HIV antibody counts which new tests can detect as soon as two weeks after exposure. However, HIV can take up to 3 months before the test can be found positive.
Ritanovir (also known as Norvir and Ritovir) can be used at any time after you have started taking anti-HIV medications in a combination therapy that includes a protease inhibitor. The fact that you have been prescribed Ritanovir is not at all telling about the stage / seriousness of your condition .. other than you are at a stage where medication has become desirable.
Although Ritanovir was an early PI (protease inhibitor - which is a type of antiretroviral drug) and is still commonly used, it is now very rare for it to be used as a protease inhibitor or for any other antiretroviral qualities. Besides being one of the less tolerable antiretroviral drugs at full therapeutic doses, one of the side effects of Ritanovir is that it slows the liver down and causes the blood levels of some other drugs to rise much higher than they otherwise would have. At therapeutic doses of the drug, this effect on the liver can cause some undesirable interactions; but in much smaller (sub therapeutic) doses - at which the drug is far more tolerable - Ritanovir can be advantageously added to a drug regimen in order to deliberately 'boost' the blood levels and effectiveness of other protease inhibitors.
i think that most people will push them asside,i say that is wrong how must they feel:rejetid,unimportant and if they have no use or future?Love and care for them and one day the favour will be returned!!