Once Exposed To Hiv How Soon Will It Show Up In Blood Work
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Rocky Mountain CARESHiIf the child were to be HIV positive, the likelihood of HIV transmission occurring is very small. You would have to have a fresh open wound on your hand and there would have to be significant amount of blood present. HIV begins to die once it is... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,The HIV-acquisition risk from this occupational exposure is nonexistent. HIV cannot permeate intact skin. However, it is imperative that all occupational exposures (or potential exposures) be reported to your occupational health division where... Read more »
South Florida Center for Counseling and TherapyYour two year relationship deserves an effort by both of you to resolve this issue. Your girlfriend is understandably reacting with fear, but if this reaction is about the HIV scare, her feelings aren't based on fact. I understand your need... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesAs long as the condom stayed on during your insertive anal sex episode, it is unlikely that you would be at any risk for HIV infection. The insertive partner in anal sex is at risk for infection through exposure to blood: a condom should serve as an... Read more »
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Posted by Fearful26, 2 RepliesOk on Feb20-26,i spent those days over my ex-boyfriend's house.Feb 26 is when i went home,our last un-protected sex encounter.To make a long story short,i believe i've been exposed! Because around March 7-11,i have experinced flu-like symtoms,high... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 4 Repliesi got exposured from a kid who stuck a needle (on purpose) in me. its got right through my shirt and into my nipple, i saw a red bloody spot.
needles to say that i got 50% chance to get HIV because this guy WANTED to do this.
i did hep B, blood,... Read more »
Posted by nomoreworry4meResponse from Mr. Sowadsky
Hi. Thank you for your question. Actually, this is an extremely controversial issue.
If you look at CDC and FDA guidelines, a man who has had sex with another man (since 1977) is excluded from donating blood, organs, and... Read more »
Posted by help1111, 1 ReplyThe tip of my penis had significant exposure to bloody dental floss (don't ask). Am I at risk of HIV or any other virus/infection? Is it worth getting tested or approaching a medical professional about this?
Thanks in advance for the professional and... Read more »
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