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... you cannot get hiv from that expouse (4 replies)
... From eveything I have read, you can't contract hiv from a toilet seat. But I have a question regarding something that recently happened to me. ... (2 replies)
... I'm worried about hep c though? Thanks (3 replies)

... There is no way you could contract HIV from a toilet seat nor any other environmental surface. HIV is an extremely fragile virus which only ever remains infectious within the confines of the human body. ... (3 replies)
... A little common sense can go a long way in this situation. It's not 1980 anymore, people actually know how HIV is transmitted and it DOESN'T include kissing, or sharing a glass, hugging, sharing a meal or sitting on the same toilet seat. ... (17 replies)
... All I'm saying is the risk is there.The herpes virus is the same way, it can't survive long outside of the body... and I never said you could get it from a toilet seat but if the virus is in a moist place it can survive for a short time and be transmitted. Risk is low but still possible. ... (13 replies)
... What if some urine spilled on the seat and someone uses it from the family? ... (4 replies)
... you can not get HIV from an animal. cats can be infected with feline leukemia but it is not way possible for people to get, so play all ya want. ... (2 replies)
... I didn't sit on the seat, but I'm afraid the back of my leg may have hit this drying blood, and as I keep thinking about it, I wonder what if my butt did hit the seat and I don't remember? ... (1 replies)
... So there was definitely someone before me using the stall. It finally came to my turn to use the stall. I had just finished my business and was about to use the toilet paper to clean up. ... (1 replies)
... please allow me to give you some. Your life is NOT over even if you have been infected with the HIV virus. ... (1 replies)
... Ive read a few posts about handjobs and fear of HIV transmissions but I believe my question might tough upon a different subject. ... (1 replies)
Question
Jan 3, 2006
... this is probably a dumb question but if hiv is in pre cum wouldent you get it from shakeing hands if someone has it pre cum on there hands and you shake it and then you go masterbate or on a toilet seat then masterbate (1 replies)
... mething like this that has been around since the 1980's and has killed so many people, we would have a better idea about how to contract it, or protect ourselves from it. It appears that some people still think you can get it from a toilet seat or a door knob! ... (1 replies)
... You definately do not have to worry about your experiences as there is no way you could contract HIV from a toilet seat. Bodily fluids need to come into contact with eachother for the virus to be passed on. ... (3 replies)
... well you have to look at it this way. if everyone who sat, steped, touched, or brushed against other human stuff contracted HIV we would all be infected. the fact is that HIV is a very weak virus and it needs the perfect conditions to thrive and infect. toilet seats are not one of them. ... (3 replies)
Can you.....
Dec 3, 2003
... oral sex it still low risk for HIV, but higher for some STD's. basically HIV is a weak virus, it can't live when exposed to air. ... (3 replies)
... Dont worry Annie. The situation you discribed has no risk. HIV does not live long outside the body. Plus, the chances that the person who left the blood actualy had HIV is astonomical. ... (2 replies)
... I completely agree with you on the heterosexual sex point. There have been people on this board telling others that it is impossible to transmit HIV from female to male. That is far from the truth and it scares me that people out there actually believe this and are spreading such misinformation. ... (13 replies)




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