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.

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Is it possible to get STDs from infected blood transfusion?

Yes. There are several stds including hiv, syphilis, hepatitis b which can be gotten from blood transfusions which are contaminated with these organisms, but in the usa this would be incredibly uncommon since the screening of blood products is stringent. One other possibility is that if somebody had systemic gonorrhea this could also make its way into the blood recipient. Read more...
Yes. All blood donated for transfusion is carefully screened for hiv, syphilis, and hepatitis b and c but it is still possible for someone to have a very early infection and the tests are negative, but the blood has virus in it. Modern tests for HIV turn positive about 12 days after exposure. You cannot get gonorrhea, chlamydia, herpes or hpv from a blood transfusion. Read more...

Please explain if it is possible for someone to get STDs through blood transfusion?

STD and blood tx. Yes, HIV is one of std and can be transmitted through blood transfusion as well as contact with body fluids. In, secondary syphilis , spirochetes can be found in blood and can be transmitted through blood transfusion. Hepatitis c also can be transmitted through blood transfusion. Read more...