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Toilet Safety/Open Wounds
      #222311 - 01/16/07 01:19 PM

My son is coming to see us. He has HIV and Chrohns disease and has blood in his stool, my wife has bleeding hemroids and I have had a boil near my butt lanced and is opened to drain. Since we all have something bleeding going on what precautions shall we take. I dont want us to use differnet bathrooms as that would make him feel bad if we asked. We leave tommorow night. Please advise ASAP

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Re: Toilet Safety/Open Wounds new
      #222314 - 01/16/07 01:31 PM

There is no need for extra precautions. This has nothing to do with open cuts, closed cuts, bleeding cuts, lanced boils or hemmaroids. People simply don't get HIV from toilets.

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Re: Toilet Safety/Open Wounds new
      #222616 - 01/17/07 12:19 AM

If you are really that worried, buy some of them flushable toilet seat covers.

Otherwise, you can't get HIV from a toilet seat.

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