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Does a abrasion that dont have blood transmit hiv

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to contract HIV from a non sexual act? I ll have an abrasion on my hand and then be terribly worried if I ... t gushing blood access points for a virus. What about abrasions? Maybe the answer I m looking ...

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Can HIV be transmitted from the vagina to a very small abrasion on the knee that did not bleed. Direct contact was not made but was very close. ...

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How accurate is gen 4 p24 antigen testing at 7 days. I came into contact with someone else's blood on my hands which had some scrapes. I've been vaccinated for hep B. Got tested for hep C and hiv after 7 ...

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! In all honesty, it got me thinking about HIV and Hep C. Please tell me what are some legitimate concerns ...

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restaurant while I had some small abrasions on one of my fingers (I ve uploaded a picture of them as well ...; is it possible that any blood he may have left on the handle entered my system via the cuts on my finger? I only ...

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doctor please help me to answer my question doctor that tell me before she said that small abrasion that don t have blood on it can not transmit HIV is it right ? thanks you doctor so much i love this web i ...

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small abrasion that look like not injury but from rob from somewhere that don t know like the abrasion near the nail small skin abrasion that remain piece of skin stick it i dont know how to call ...

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it it sure that small abrasion that not blood on it can not transmit HIV? i get this information from here :) ...

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but my small abrasion doesn t have any blood on it just a small abrasion that come from first layer of our skin that look like not an injury can it transmit HIV if it doesn t any blood on it or bleeding ...

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if you have small abrasion that no bleeding blood or no blood on it it can not transmit HIV right? because it no contain bloodstream that HIV can be transmit ? i say right or not please help me out ...

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some doctor say that dry small abrasion can not transmit HIV because it no bloodstream but it think it not an injury just abrasion of first layer of skin how can it transmit if it no contain blood or bleeding :( ...

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the layer of skin that look an small abrasion it not contain blood or bleeding blood it look normal does it still have bloodstream that HIV can transmit . i want to confirm again not an injury just break of first ...

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i ask again and again about it :( small abrasion can it transmit HIV it just normal abrasion from your skin layer it no bleeding or blood on it how can it transmit HIV why some doctor fear me :( ...

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the layer of skin that look an small abrasion it not contain blood or bleeding blood it look normal does it still have bloodstream that HIV can transmit . i want to confirm again not an injury just break of first ...

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is that if the man that hit her had any blood on his knuckles when he hit her then she might be at risk of hiv ... and the surface layer of skin on her cheek was left with a small abrasion about the size of a match head. The man ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi dear welcome to the HCM Mere touch of the any part of the body, HIV infection is not going to be transmitted, untill and unless you have got any cut or abrasion in your skin. Thanks

doctor1 MD

Hello Apply some soothening agent like calamine lotion along with some antibiotic/antifungal/steroid ointment.Don't scratch there and also don't try to remove the scab.It will heal within a few days. Regards

doctor1 MD

Thank you for query.if you have not come in contact with the blood or f you have no abrasions or wounds in the area of contact of blood you need not bother at all.Relax and do not worry.Skin is an effective barrier.If any open wound has come in contact or your mucus membrane with any abrasion then also chances are very less.all blood need not be infective.consult if still doubt for prophylaxis