Should my Hairdresser be concerned
Mar 27, 2010
Hello Dr Frascino,
Here is my question and concern. I told my hairdresser that she should not be concerned.
However, I wanted to confirm.
To Start off, I am Undetectable since I started treatment 7 months ago (may last 2 Bloodwork Test each 3 months apart). My last boolod work had me Undetectable, T-Cells Low 600 and my % was 34.1
Here is what happened.
I was having my hair bleached blonde. She left the bleach on a liitle long and caused a light burn. She washed it out and when she started to put in the toner, she said that I was bleeding. I looked at it from a mirror. I was a small amout of blood seeping through the skin. She was concerned that her bare hands where touching that area.
She said she had a very small hand nail tyoe cut on her hand.
Should she be concerned.
I called a friend and he said there should be no need to be concerned since I am undetectable and high %, and with the bleach with shampoo there is no need to worry.
Should there be a concern.
Response from Dr. Frascino
Hey Bleached Blonde,
I can tell you're not a true blonde, because you are very smart. I absolutely agree with you: Your "hair-burner" should not be concerned. (By the way, all you true blondes out there, I was only kidding. Don't send angry messages, OK?)
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