Touched Something With Wet Blood On It Hiv Risk
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Posted by 613, 4 RepliesThese blood fears are sickening but here goes:
About 6-7 months ago in capoeira class I was doing a hand stand and there was a spot of blood on the floor. I accidentally got one of my fingers in it. I wiped it off on my pants as there was no water. I... Read more »
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Posted by 613, 2 RepliesI think this is my OCD getting the better of me but here goes.
Last night at a Halloween punk/metal show I and a friend of mine had fake blood on our hands.
We washed them together in a bucket of water. He then said he cut his hand and was washing the... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesMy husband is HIV+
He cut his finger bad and ran into the bathroom and he was dripping blood on the floor.
My young daugher touch the blood and ran to the basement ( I was washing clothes) and said "daddy is bleeding, daddy is bleeding") Although im... Read more »
Posted by pupiz, 2 RepliesHi, all. Please let me know if I am at risk for HIV from these to encounters. I was in Canada on vacation a couple of weeks ago and we left at about in the morning and came back at about 3:00pm. When we left the maid was cleaning the suite beside... Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Your HIV-acquisition risk is nonexistent. HIV cannot permeate intact skin. I would suggest you peruse the wealth of information on this web site. As you mentioned, "loads of info" can be found here. The archives of this forum, for... Read more »
Nevada State Health Division AIDS ProgramHi. Thank you for your question. HIV is only transmitted in a limited number of ways. The HIV virus must getinto the bloodstream in order to infect you. If it doesn't get into thebloodstream, you will not get the infection. Blood, pre-cum,... Read more »
WorkPositive, Inc.Good question. Wet blood is a sign that oxygen has not yet reached all the cells in the blood spill, so it must be treated as potentially infectious. If that blood contains either HIV or hepatitis B, exposing it to a break in your own skin or to a... Read more »
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