Blood On Hand Should I Get Test For HIV
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello.All occupational exposures should be reported to your occupational health division so that the incident can be documented and the exposure evaluated and treated if needed. If you had done this, you wouldn't be panicking now, as you would... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHey Stressed John,You hired a bar girl for a "one night in Bangkok" experience and didn't have a condom because you "did not intend to have sex"???? You really weren't planning to bang cock in Bangkok? Hmm. Hard to... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello again K,No matter how many times you write in, my assessment and advice will not change. So for now we'll have to agree to disagree. You're positive you're positive. I'm positive you're not. So we'll just have to... Read more »
University of North Carolina - Chapel HillBloody flatmates are a nuisance. There is the mess and then all this worry. That we are talking about a partially dried drop of blood, I would say your risk is pretty much nil even with your skin problems. It might be a good idea to suggest a... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyLast week I went to a concert and there a guy busted his head open. I didnt come into contact with him and they took him off to get it checked. A few minutes later I saw him and we shook hands because we thought the band was good. Anyways I noticed... Read more »
Posted by goloka, 3 RepliesHi guys, I am very concern, because of my symptoms, that I may have HIV.
My recent exposure was went to the massage parlor and had a hand job and a massage with a massage oil. Then next day, I had felt the urge of urination and went to a doc and got... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesIf someone has a blood test (not an HIV test) 35 days after exposure, and the blood test doesn't show any abnormality, Is this an indication that an recent exposure has not happened, or should I be having an HIV test anyway? Read more »
Posted by 613, 2 Replies2 years ago at a concert, this guy cut him self in a mosh pit. He shook my hand and had blood on it. Freaking out, I washed it off using water. I dont think they had soap, and I was not actively bleeding either.
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