The blood supply is safe and nothing to concern yourself about.
I have had more than twelve transfusions in the past seven months alone and I don't have HIV. The blood supply in the United States is VERY safe. Rashes can be common around times of childbirth and breastfeeding, as the skin goes through many changes due to hormonal issues in the body caused by pregnancy.
thanks for your quick reply.It really gave me some peace of mind.I forgot to mentinon that ones in a month i also get some unexplained bruises which are painless and small and go away within few days.I saw doctor for that and she gave me few tests for blood clotting and all that and it came normal.but i have read somewher that later stage of HIV you get bruised more then normal.so i guess all this reading is making me worried....though is it true?
No it is not true that one bruises easier at the later stages of HIV.
Thanks Teak....person like you making this world worth living by helping....may god bless you....:)
I have read that presence of Seborrheic dermatitis is a symptoms of HIV...i do have mind one and not any other symptoms.....do i need to worry?
Seborrheic dermatitis is not HIV specific. I've never had it..
Thanks for quick replying Teak.....
I have gone for HIV test last thrusday and i will result on coming Monday now.But i am so stressful rightnow....can you guide me how to handle this stress?i got a call from my doctor;s office that i will be getting result on Monday and in person .
If you did not sign a denial for HIV testing when you went to deliver your son you had an HIV test at that time and had it been positive you and your son would have be receiving treatment. As for the blood transfusion, no risk at all in the US.
I know......i had two negative test in 2005 one immediately after i concieved by baby.....but you know that how stressful it is by the time you get your result.....:)