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There is no risk of HIV transmission in this manner.
First of all, there is no fresh blood.
Secondly, the amount of blood is so small not enugh to cause infection.
Do not worry.
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I am one of the HIV experts on this site. This is not really the same as a needle stuck injury because they are hollow needles- this is a solid needle. And the stick needs to be fresh- like through flesh and then into yours. The virus would dry up within minutes of exposure to air. The chance of you getting HIV av from this is pretty much zero. I hope this helped. Please leave positive feedback for my time and expertise :-)
As well they test you for HIV when you are pregnant. They would have picked it up then
This is Dr Basu.
There is no risk of HIV transmission.
No that time HIV testing was not prevalent.
So she was not likely tested that time.
Actually yes they did. They have been testing since the 90s
I have a child who is 16 and I was tested and so we're all of my friends who had kids at least as old as that
I have had 15 years experience in taking care of patients with HIV related conditions and emergencies. Further if you had HIV that long, you'd have symptoms of AIDS by now- or be deceased!
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