I Pinched My Finger With A Syringe Hiv Risk
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Test Positive Aware NetworkHi, there:HIV does not live well outside of the body. Once the virus leaves the body it starts to die. Within a minutes time it would be unable to infect you. Also, we don't even know for sure if he is HIV positive. Just to be certain, you... Read more »
University of North CarolinaHi thereFirst, I think it is great you are already talking with someone about these anxieties. I think that they are just that and I don't think it is likely at all that anyone poked you with a needle or any other sharp object at the party. It... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,First off, I absolutely agree with you: Injecting heroin is a stupid, stupid, stupid thing to do. Girl, what the hell were you thinking??? The estimated per-act risk for acquiring HIV from sharing works for injection-drug use with a partner... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesPlease help me. I am a married male and recently visited with a woman in a hotel bar. I later discovered that she was a hooker looking for work. During our conversation she took my finger and placed it in her mouth.. sucking on it for about 5-10... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI had a lap dance in a strip club recently. During the dance I briefly touched the dancer's vaginal area and came into contact with fluid (don't think blood was there) on one finger. Ten minutes later, while driving home, I put the finger in my... Read more »
Posted by anxious123, 1 ReplyThanks so much for providing this forum.
I'm worried about an encounter I had 17 days ago with a male of unknown HIV status. I gave him an unprotected blowjob with ejaculation, which I know is an activity that carries some, albeit low, risk.
However... Read more »
Posted by anxiousanne, 1 ReplyHow long can HIV survive inside of a syringe used to inject drugs? Read more »
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