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Transmission of AIDS from saliva and blood - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   one hiv infected person drinking water under runnig tap directly putting his mouth to tap, during drinking some of excess water will falling from his mouth , then another uninfected person washing his hands in this water he have open wound . in this situation it transmitted or not
Doctor :   yes there are chances of infection getting into the other person
Doctor :   with open wounds
Doctor :   saliva of the person infected to other
User :   not direct saliva. it is mixed with water no sir
User :   in above story
Doctor :   it can be
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User :   then according to u, contaminated water will leads to transmit
Doctor :   aids is blood borne
Doctor :   from saliva to open wound yes
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User :   ok sir
Doctor :   if some one is in doubt
Doctor :   we can get tested for aids
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