How Long Does Hiv Last On Surfaces
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesFor those who are infected with HIV, How long was it after exposure before the symptoms surfaced? Weeks? Months?? Years even?? Second question, What are the most common symptoms of the virus?? If someone out there could explain what they've... Read more »
Posted by Antre, 2 RepliesHallo. I have read a lot of articles before asking this question but I still have a question (maybe due to the fact that I do not have medical knowledge). We know that HIV does not survive for very long outside the body. Actually as soon as the body... Read more »
Posted by AZT, 1 ReplyI've also found a doc who thinks that hiv is possible from deep tissuse wounds and not surface wounds?
http://www.medhelp.org/posts/HIV-Prevention/Hiv-RIsk-from-Cut... Read more »
Posted by shayshay, 2 RepliesHi, can a person get hiv if a drop of blood get on their virgan from a tiolet seat. I had a Naat test after 3-weeks neg and a 9-week Orasure Advaned neg also. What are my chances of having hiv. Thank you. Read more »
Posted by adrian18, 1 ReplyHello,
Yesterday I removed snow from the driveway with a shovel, that wasn't mine.
Outside were about 0 degrees Celsius. The shovel was broken in the middle, and it was held together with some scotch tape.
After 30 minutes of working, in the right hand... Read more »
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Chicago Black Gay Mens CaucusThanks for your questions,There is no risk for HIV from what you're talking about. There needs to be HIV+ body fluid coming out of someone's body and going directly/immediately inside of your body. That didn't happen at all in this... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesYou could be conjuring up these symptoms out of fear, or they could be associated to something else going on with your body, but they are not associated to HIV if you haven't had unprotected sex with anyone. HIV is not spread through coming... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineIt is not clear from your message whether the HBV surface antigen and DNA are still positive and the surface antibody is negative. Sometimes it takes many months for the surface antigen and DNA to become negative, and the antibody may or may not... Read more »
University of Cincinnati, College of MedicineIt depends on the pathogen (germ). Viruses, which depend on human cells to reproduce and survive, last the shortest time, typically measured in hours. Some bacteria that can form spores may survive for many years.... Read more »
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