What happens if you drink blood from a vampire?
In folklore – vampires are dead, so they can’t contract diseases. In fiction – vampires are so incredibly diverse that any variation you can imagine likely exists. In real life – human living vampires are as susceptible to disease as other humans are. Drinking the blood of an HIV-positive person would put them at risk of contracting HIV.
Can a vampire get HIV from a human?
In real life – human living vampires are as susceptible to disease as other humans are. Drinking the blood of an HIV-positive person would put them at risk of contracting HIV. Any small cut in the mouth or throat could provide an entrance for the virus. This is why real vampires take care that their donors are tested regularly.
Can you get HIV from drinking someone’s blood?
I would say you COULD get HIV, and you don’t want to drink HIV infected blood, possibly HIV infected blood, or blood from someone who could have another blood borne disease (or any blood if you want my honest opinion). But you *probably* WOULD not get HIV. Again, you’ll probably make it home if you drive drunk. But you shouldn’t.
What happens if a vampire gets AIDS from a bat?
That’s why vampires caves have labs. They take a sample and use their bats to quickly transport it back, and the bat will call and give them results. However, if vampires do get the aids, they go back to their vampire pharmacy to pick up a bottle of NyQuil Cold, Flu, and AIDS.
Can you get AIDS if you drink blood?
Most likely not- you would need to consume large quantities of blood with high viral loads of HIV, and gamble on some of those viruses surviving long enough to breach into circulation via open wound on the inside of your mouth. There are enough barriers that the HIV would most likely be destroyed before that happens.
Is it true that vampires are immune to AIDS?
HIV mutates quickly. So, any vampire saying they’re immune to AIDS is either lying, or not too bright (or has a degree in biochemistry far beyond any mortal. If the last is true, it can be checked, just ask them how many amino acids exist, that’ll show them up quickly).
Can a vampire get HIV from an incubi?
It is impossible. Ironically, it is unclear whether Incubi and Succubi, sexual vampires, can get HIV. Traditionally, they feed off of sexual energy, not sexual fluids. If no bodily fluids are exchanged, and only the sexual energy is drained, incubi and succubi are safe.
How long can HIV survive in dried blood?
Dried blood: HIV can survive in dried blood at room temperature for up to six days, although the concentrations of virus in dried blood will invariably be low to negligible. 10 No UV exposure: HIV survives longer when is not exposed to ultraviolet (UV) radiation.