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Hiv (+) women make meal ????
Feb 14, 2001

Hiv (+) women make meal ???? and Casual contact in the family. First i explain my family story. My wife is nurse. We got married 3 years ago. We have two son. My sons and me are hiv (-). But 6 months ago, my wife was exposure Needle stick.now, she is hiv(+).she started antiviral therapy 3 months ago. 1- my wife is making meal in our house and we eat together. Is there any possibility to infect to us(me and my sons) because my hiv(+) wife makes our meals and breakfast????? Most important question for us? 2-. We use same toilet and bath. Is there any possibility to infect hiv(+) to us. 3- I and my wife musn't make any sexual behavior(sex and deep kissing). 4- my wife likes a lot our baby. She kiss our sons. She wants make bath for sons but didn't any time. . Is there any possibility to infect to us: thank u . I m looking forward to your answers

Response from Dr. Holodniy

1. Extremely unlikely. No reported cases that I am aware of. 2. Extremely unlikely, unless there was direct blood/body fluid contact, and exposure was significant (ie large amounts in open cuts, in the eyes, etc)

3.Protected sexual activities are permitted.

4.Sounds like a great mom. She should keep doing those things.

MH



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