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Im planning to have a scat session with several women where they all defecate on my face and chest. I will not consume anything. How dangerous is this? If i have some closed pimples oin my chest. Does that put me at risk? Id greatly appreciate an answer.

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See below. The bottom line is that feces that does not contain visible blood is not considered to be infectious for HIV. At work, I have a co-worker who has very poor hygiene. We are all concerned about the risk factor from this happening. Management makes all sorts of excuses for her.

She sounds like a shitty employee to me.

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I do not believe there is an HIV risk here, but that doesn't make it any less revolting. Continue to voice your concerns to management at whatever level it takes to resolve this crappy situation. Can you tell me whether AIDS is found in feces?

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A simple method for the isolation and subsequent detection of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 HIV-1 RNA from feces is described. Viral RNA was isolated by the method developed by Boom et al. Boom, C. Sol, M. Salimans, C. Jansen, P. Wertheim-van Dillen, and J. Reconstruction experiments revealed that the efficiencies of the extraction technique and the subsequent RT-PCR were scat play considerably affected by the varied composition of feces.

The method was applied on fecal specimens from 18 HIVinfected individuals, among which were samples that had been stored for 9 years. Direct sequencing of amplimers obtained from paired fecal and serum specimens showed that differences in sequence heterogeneity existed. In one patient a remarkable difference in the HIV-1 sequences between isolates from feces and serum was observed. You are confused about several points. First off "AIDS" is not found in feces. It's a disease, not a specific pathogen. HIV is human immunodeficiency virus. HIV can be detected in feces with specialized testing.

However, feces that does not contain visible blood is not considered to be HIV infectious. This is analogous to tears and saliva. HIV can be detected in these fluids with scat play testing assays; however, again these fluids without visible blood are not considered to be infectious. The amount of HIV is insufficient to transmit the disease. Sweat, tears, nasal mucous, vomitus, feces, etc are not considered to be infectious bodily fluids assuming there is no visible blood present.

Hope that helps clarify things. Vomit transmission May 21, I wish so bad for you to answer this question cause I can't seem to find a good answer. Some places say vomit has hiv in it, others don't. Since you are a dr, and very knowledgeable, and a nice man, I am asking you.

My friend was very drunk on his birthday and he threw up a lot in the toilet. I was helping him move down to the ground and i got some vomit on my hand.

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I started bleeding. I am worried about hiv transmission through this cut. I don't know if my friend is std free. But I do know he is promiscuous with the men. You can't find a good answer?

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Did you check the archives? Your answer was there waiting for you. Dear dr. Thank you! Nasal secretions similar to saliva, sputum, sweat, tears, urine, vomitus and feces are not implicated in the transmission of HIV, unless they contain visible blood. Out of curiosity, how did you mange to "accidentally" chow down some HIV positive boogers? Hello Doc, My girlfriend is working as a bartender and she cut her self by cutting fruit. Then she shaked hand with some guy has AIDS and he had sweat hands.

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She felt burn reaction from his sweat on her finger. It's possibility to infected this way?

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Even if sweaty hands poz-guy had also picked his nose, peed on his fingers and upchucked a Big Mac all over his hands before the handshake, your girlfriend's HIV risk remains completely nonexistent. Tears, sweat, saliva, nasal mucous, urine, vomitus and feces do not transmit HIV, unless there is visible blood.

Bob Frascino, M. Question Im planning to scat play a scat session with several women where they all defecate on my face and chest. Answer Hi. You should know: The answer above provides general health information that is not intended to replace medical advice or treatment recommendations from a qualified health care professional.

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