HIV Transmission Touching Feces
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Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesExposure to feces does not pose a risk for infection with HIV, unless there is blood present in the feces and that comes into contact with your mucous membranes or bloodstream. Contact with feces alone has never been documented as a vehicle for HIV... Read more »
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Washington Post Examines Effect of Botswana Infant Formula Program Implemented to Reduce Risk of Mother-to-Child HIV TransmissionProviding infant formula to HIV-positive mothers might "cost at least as many lives as it has saved" because the nutrition and antibodies supplied by breastmilk are "so crucial to young children that they outweigh the small risk of transmitting... Read more »
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Posted by jackass, 2 RepliesI can't understand why I'm having loose feces for 3 weeks?
I just can't put it in a shape!..
my mom had the same problem and her problem started the same day with me.. but hers lasted 2.5 weeks and my problem haven't stopped yet..
this worries me..
it's... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesMy husband is HIV+
He cut his finger bad and ran into the bathroom and he was dripping blood on the floor.
My young daugher touch the blood and ran to the basement ( I was washing clothes) and said "daddy is bleeding, daddy is bleeding") Although im... Read more »
Posted by Lyndsay1, 3 Repliesi was out drunk and went to the toilet and went to sit down and my vagina touched the toilet seat. I'm terrified i might have caught hep c or hiv. Help. Ps i have high anxiety and ocd which doesn't help
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyYou make an awful lot of assumptions Guess. I tend to agree with the other poster in that you are grasping at straws to convince yourself you are infected. Nobody knows how many women were infected by precum alone and I doubt you are the current... Read more »
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