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Hello i an really paranoid about hiv and i no the ways it can be passwd bur qorry still, if you to cone across an infected needle and it poned you but didt perice the akin and asw blood but scraped te surface is rhis a risk?? Would you notice if a needle had scraped the skin id theis can infect you??? As it qould cause as mych pain would it??
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And is it only siringes it can live longer on not the tip of needles like sewing newdles or badges pins??? As i have recently had my skin pireced ccidentally by a name badge pin?!
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Go back to your orginal thread where you were told how HIV is transmitted. You did not have an exposure from being stuck by a pin on a name tag.
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Hiv becomes inactive once exposed to air and is unable to infect you
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Apart from in siringes??
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Syringes pokes and scratches are risks. Syringe injections are risks.
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That's correct
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Should have read are not risks. "Syringe injections are risks."
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Like the prison officier in Australia who was injected with an infected syringe outside a healthcare setting.
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What does this have to do with Car45235hhhh? HIs was a name tag and he's not from Australia.
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Ok so if u r injected with an infected syringe u r at risk if you r scratched by one you are not? And other needles are no risk at all?
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Just trying to explain how one is at risk and one is not.
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correct
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The guy from austrailia was infected by a name tag or not a name tag?????
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He was a prsion officier that was injected by a prisoner with an infected syringe not a name tag pin.
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