Hiv Exposure Skin
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,HIV cannot permeate intact skin. Consequently your risk of acquiring HIV is nonexistent. There is extensive information readily available in the archives and at related links on HIV-transmission risk and appropriate prevention strategies. HIV... Read more »
New York University, School of MedicineIt is not clear to me exactly what the exposure was. It doesn't really matter though. If it is an acute exposure you should ask for HCV RNA testing as well as antibody. If it is acute HCV the Ab will be negative and the RNA positive. For acute... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,Your HIV-acquisition risk is negligible to nonexistent. As with all occupational exposures (or potential occupational exposures), the incident should be reported, documented and evaluated by your occupational health division (including an HIV... Read more »
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Posted by joe62, 2 RepliesHi to the wonderful people of this website. I want to narrate my story for information and advise.
I am an expat, while away to a third world country, i had a contact with a women with unknown status, and she stayed with me for two weeks, I was well... Read more »
Posted by JohnKan, 1 ReplyHi - very anxious and would like to ask your help.
I am about 29 years of age. At 13th July 2013 (at about 5pm), against my better judgement, i was involved in vaginal sex with a sex worker in Malaysia. It was the first time I am involved in sex and... Read more »
Posted by Curly, 3 RepliesHAs anyone ever seen bruising within 5 days of hiv exposure? What are the main symptoms? Read more »
Posted by theasker21, 2 RepliesI had a finger prick HIV test done. Result - negative. 10 days later I went to a homeless/drug addict shelter with a community group. We fed, clothed, helped out any way we can. There I met a man who had open wounds from his drug use. He was picking... Read more »
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