According to Health Line, the chances of contracting HIV depend on several important factors, including sex with an infected person, engaging in unprotected sex, sharing needles and having a sexually transmitted infectio... More »

Factors that affect a person's risk of contracting human immunodeficiency virus include having unprotected sex, sharing needles with infected individuals and using tattoo needles without sterilizing them, reports WebMD. ... More » Health Conditions & Diseases

People can help prevent contracting human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, by engaging in less risky sexual behavior, using condoms, abstaining from intravenous drug use and limiting their number of sexual partners, accor... More » Health Conditions & Diseases

The human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, is transmitted through sex with an infected person, blood transfusions and sharing needles. A mother with HIV can pass the virus to her child through pregnancy and breastfeeding. More »

Using prophylactics during sex, getting circumcised if male and using sterilized needles for injections may help prevent a person from contracting human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, according to Mayo Clinic. Taking ce... More » Health Conditions & Diseases

Undetectable HIV refers to a phenomenon when an individual has the HIV virus, but the universal viral tests give a negative result.The HIV-positive person is then said to have an undetectable viral load, which is less th... More »

A person can get HIV through sexual intercourse, blood transfusions, needle sharing, breast-feeding or pregnancy, according to Mayo Clinic. A person cannot get HIV through kissing or touching. More »