No, the HIV virus cannot live inside a mozzie. Even if it could, the amount is too small to be transferred to another human being. This is the same reason why it is highly unlikely to contract HIV through kissing- the amount is too small.
apparently is 1 in 3 million chance
I believe so....I have thought bout that many times myself.
Technically it's possible but highly unlikely. The HIV virus is so fragile it dies within microseconds of leaving the body. In actual fact HIV is only the name for the condition whereby anti bodies against aids are indicated and it does not mean you have aids. Aids or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome is the result of being HIV positive for at least 12 years. The problem with this disease is it's virtually impossible to catch but if you do catch it it is very incurable like any other viral infection. Jules, lecturer. Australia.
nope. when inside the mosquito, the virus does not multiply or even live. plasmodium undergoes a whole life cycle inside a mosquito. that is why malaria spreads through mosquitos and not hiv.
Good question, I'm going to put this one on my watch list.
the mosquito sting is like a valve. blood can only go in and not come out.
no amount of hiv is small. HIV can transfer through kissing.