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Spreading of HIV infection - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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User :   hi doctor
User :   doctor i have a question
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :  
How can I help you?
User :   a week ago i touched a dry blood stuck on the chair of the taxi driver if the blood was for a hiv positive man or girl will i be infected
User :   i didn't have any cut wounds or sores
Doctor :   No, if you touched with an intact skin

Doctor :  
there is no reason for you to be worried
User :   what do u mean by intact skin
Doctor :   Meaning normal skin

Doctor :  
without any cuts or wounds
User :   i touched the dry blood with my hands
User :   but i din't have any sores or cut wounds
Doctor :   Ok

Doctor :  
There is no chance
Doctor :  
and you can relax
User :   if a hiv positive man touched his pennis then touched the pennis of the hiv negative will he transmit any virus
User :   thx doctor
Doctor :   Is there any thing else I can help you with?

User :   so, hiv and aids can only be transmited through body fluids and blood right?
Doctor :   Yes, if it is transmitted to from blood/body fluids to blood/body fluids
Doctor :  
not with an intact skin

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