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Can you contract genital herpes from blood exchange?

Can you contract genital herpes from blood exchange?

No: Genital herpes simplex virus is not transmitted through the blood but is transmitted in genital fluids and by contact with blisters. Here is the excerpt from red cross for blood donation (& blood transf )if you have std: chlamydia, venereal warts (human papilloma virus), or genital herpes are not a cause for deferral if you are feeling healthy and well and meet all other eligibility requirements. ...Read more

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Can menstrual blood by itself transmit HSV (herpes simplex virus)?

Can menstrual blood by itself transmit HSV (herpes simplex virus)?

Indirect: Hsv lives in nerve cells and skin/mucosa (body surfaces). The virus doesn't really live in the bloodstream and would not survive long outside the body in drops of menstrual blood. However, menstrual blood can still contain other dangerous live viruses, including HIV and hepatitis, so it is always best to avoid direct contact with anyone else's blood (menstrual or otherwise). ...Read more

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Can HIV infection occur from splash exposure of conjunctiva with HIV infected blood?

Can HIV infection occur from splash exposure of conjunctiva with HIV infected blood?

Yes: Research suggests that the risk of HIV infection in this way is extremely small. A very small number of people - usually in a healthcare setting - have become infected with HIV as a result of blood splashes in the eye. http://bit.ly/lrct39. ...Read more

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Can blood transfusions still transmit stds?

Can blood transfusions still transmit stds?

Very rarely: Your risks are one in a couple million for hiv, htlv, and hepatitis c. About one in 250, 00 for hepatitis b. ...Read more

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Can blood bourne disease like hepatitis and HIV transmit trough mucous membrane and blood clot?

Can blood bourne disease like hepatitis and HIV transmit trough mucous membrane and blood clot?

Yes: Transmission of blood borne diseases can occur through any mucosa if there are breaks present, even those that you may not be able to see with your eyes. Therefore it would be wise to avoid any contact with potentially infected material if you are uncertain about the integrity of your mucosal lining. ...Read more

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Hi, intact skin that touches blood. Hiv can be transmitted? Thanks

Hi, intact skin that touches blood. Hiv can be transmitted? Thanks

No: The tainted blood would need to enter the blood system or body in some way, and without an open sore n the skin, there would be no such transmission, ..As the skin provides an excellent barrier/protection. ...Read more

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Can dried blood from a bloody nose transmit HIV or aids?

Can dried blood from a bloody nose transmit HIV or aids?

No: Hiv seems to require living white cells to survive for any length of time, all viruses are fragile and most cannot tolerate drying, and casual household contacts of hiv-positive people even before treatment simply didn't catch it. Relax. You won't get sick. ...Read more

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Could HIV spread by unsafe blood draw?

In clinical settings: Single use, disposable sterile needles are used. This does not create a risk for the tranmission of HIV to the person who is having their blood drawn. ...Read more

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Does exposure to infected blood always transmit hiv?

Does exposure to infected blood always transmit hiv?

Not Always: Exposure to most body fluids - especially blood & genital fluids - from a person with HIV has the potential to transmit the virus. If you have had an exposure discuss the details of that exposure with an expert - ideally within the first 24 hours. Steps can be taken in the first few days of an exposure to prevent lifelong infection with hiv. Locate a test/treatment site near you at www.Hivtest.Org. ...Read more

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Could one contract HIV from blood from a "sharps" bin?

Could one contract HIV from blood from a "sharps" bin?

HIV: Since HIV is a blood borne virus, it is possible. However, other blood borne viruses, such as hcv, could be present and are easier to contract from a needle stick. ...Read more

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Does HIV transmit during blood draw...

Does HIV transmit during blood draw...

HIV: If the blood drawer sticks themselves with the needle which has been in a vein or artery of an HIV+ person they may get HIV infection in this manner, but this is a very unusual occurrence. In order to get HIV you need intimate contact between a positive and negative person, either sexually, needle sharing, organ donation, etc. This is not an easy disease to acquire if you are reasonably careful. ...Read more

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Can the herpes simplex virus be transmitted via kissing?

Can the herpes simplex virus be transmitted via kissing?

Yes: Herpes simplex 1 or less commonly 2 can be spread by kissing with or without visible lesions on the lips. ...Read more

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Can you get HSV 1 genital herpes from sharing underwear?

Can you get HSV 1 genital herpes from sharing underwear?

Herpes simplex: Very unlikely and for all intensive purposes it would be close to a first. ...Read more

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Saliva from a HIV infected person can pass the virus thru an open cut by kissing ?

Saliva from a HIV infected person can pass the virus thru an open cut by kissing ?

HIV : in general HIV virus requires bloody secretions to survive and chances to get virus transmission from non-bloody saliva is very very small. It also depends on a persons viral load, for example person with HIV but who is compliant with their medication regimen usually have very low viral load and may not be contagious at all ...Read more