I've read many Q&A in this forum and many people said that there is no risk of being infected by a bite.
However, my situation is quite different!
I was bited by a robber months ago. The wound is not really serious and I did't see any bleeding blood. However, I see some transparent fluid (like water) come out of the wound. I was so silly that I did't wash it away by water.
Besides, I feel some salvia on the wound and the trauma changed into the black-purple .
After a day, the fluid became solid on my wound (like eczma)
So I wander:
1. Is that fluid like blood, acting as a medium for contracting HIV
2. Sbd said that there must be a significant ( or visible ) amount of blood to contract HIV. So is there anybody can tell me how much is "significant". Can u show me a picture, it'll be better to understand.
You had no HIV risk. You should, however been seen by a doctor, human bites can cause nasty bacterial infections, and you may require some treatment, esocially since you didn't properly clean it our after.
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