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Hepatitis A Risk
Not at all: A knife in kitchen does not and can not HIV ot hepaitis virus, you have to stop worrying about some thing which is impossible hiv is transmitted by sex, or transfer of body fluids like blood etc, with some one or from some one who is infected with the virus and same hold true for hepatitis b you can not get these from a knife fallen on floor. ...Read more
Hepatitis is an inflammatory condition of the liver. Almost all cases are caused by viruses, including most commonly hepatitis a, hepatitis b, and hepatitis c, or by toxins (eg alcohol). The liver swells, it doesn't work properly leading to a failure to detoxify some biochemical substances, and a failure to excrete bilirubin, leading to jaundice. Some cases are fatal, ...Read more
Used gloves touched bare skin and lips when pulled pants up not sure if body fluids on gloves, slight cuts on skin licked lips HIV or hepatitis risk?
Wimpy Virus: It is important to remember that viruses like hepc, HIV and others are strings of proteins that are connected by very weak bonds. They require many things to stay active and need living cells to reproduce and survive. Unless there was gross blood, mucous or some other organic substance on that glove and it got into a cut, your mouth, vagina or anus, the odds are very unlikely. ...Read more
If contaminated: Hep c is spread by blood contamination, mostly through IV drug use, nasal drug use (shared "coke spoons"), tattoos that don't use sterile needles and sterile ink for each customer. Less commonly sexually transmitted. Potential risk for shared implements including razor blades, barber razors, manicure sets, and sex toys too (depending on where they went, who shared them, bleeding, etc). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wiped floor with cloth had no glove and had stood on that part of floor with uribe on shoes if cuts touched floor am i at hepatitis or hov risk?
Touched used toilet paper don't know if i had gloves on or washed hands afterwards hepatitis or HIV risk touched and slept in bed since have open cuts
HIV Risk: Nope. Zero risk with this scenario.Get a more detailed answer ›
Was wearing gloves and subconsciously wiped mouth i had touched door handle keys and tap o camt remember of body fluids HIV or hepatitis risk?
Unrealistic fears: Hiv and hepatitis c are not transmitted in this way. If they were, everybody would be infected. Almost every day healthtap gets at least one unrealistic scenario asking about possible transmission of these two viruses. Once again, i hope that the sender of these bizarre questions is able to get help with these unwanted thoughts, which must be disabling if he/she is a health care provider. ...Read more
Shirt knocked cut wrist don't know if any body fluids also had shower but didn't wash arms but washed hair if body fluids on arms HIV or hepatitis risk?
Viral Infections: Nope. There is 100% impossibility to have been exposed to any infectious disease in the scenario you describe. Please take your panic and channel it into learning the very basic facts of these infections; please learn how to treat those infected with respect and empathy. ...Read more
Sleve of jumper knocked glove used to carry clothes with possible body fluids then knocked cuts on wrist HIV or hepatitis risk washed hands and wrist?
Unnecessary Worries: Nope. There is 100% impossibility to have been exposed to any infectious disease in the scenario you describe. Please take your panic and channel it into learning the very basic facts of these infections; please learn how to treat those infected with respect and empathy. ...Read more
Helped man to toilet cant remember if I used gloves or washed hands afterwards if there was urine or faeces is there a big hepatitis or HIV risk?
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