Blood Got Into Nose HIV Risk
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North Shore University HospitalI am assuming the blood on your fingers was from someone else (how it may have gotten there is another question).As I have mentioned several times on this site. The risk of getting HIV in this way is negligible. HIV is present in relatively low... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,You've never seen a nose-picking question here before? Hmmm . . . actually there have been quite a few. It's a nasty, but quite common habit. Just take a look at the guys on either side of you next time you're stuck in traffic, and... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,You're worried that your "virally enhanced" buddy used his finger to rub his drippy nose and then used the same hand to spoon out some spicy curry from a bowl. And you're worried you might have contracted HIV if some of his... Read more »
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Posted by madeinkorea, 1 ReplyHi All,
Can HIV be transmitted through nose mucous membranes?
My exposure was, accidental nose picking with unknown person's blood in my fingers? Only after the nose picking incident I realized that the person I had handshake was bleeding and I was... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHi all! Please help - I have dry blood inside my nose, stuck to the sides. It's not that close to the openings of the nostrils but rather deeper. Has anyone had the same problem before? The blood IS NOT coming out of my nose, but when I scrape off... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 4 RepliesLast week i had a bleeding nose while i was blowing my nose, it lasted about 2 mintues & today the same thing. What does this mean?
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Posted by chrisenquist, 3 RepliesHi,
1. Can a person(let's say subject A-male) get infected by accidently inserting vaginal fluids(from an infected person, let's say subject B) into nose?
Assuming, subject A did fingering activity on subject B who works at a night club, but after... Read more »
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