Can You Contract Herpes 2 From Sharing Needles?

The herpes virus is spread from by direct contact with the virus. You can, however, get it through using infected needles. HIV (through sex with someone who has HIV), genital herpes increases the risk of contracting HIV. 2. What are the odds of building antibodies ( antigens) from that needle stick IF the person did have HSV2 3. Is the antigen level any indication of how long the virus has been in my body and if, yes, how accurate is it? Right now this isn’t reality to me and I would appreciate any light you can shed on the situation. Herpes is not a blood borne virus so you didn’t get it from a needle stick unless the needle was used in an active herpes lesion.

Good luck. A lot of cases of Hep C are contracted through sharing needles. Can a person with genital HSV-2 get hepatitis C from someone with the hepatitis C virus?. I can offer you some of my thoughts on the matter, but, of course. The most common risk factors for HCV are unprotected vaginal, anal or oral sex with someone who is infected, sharing drug needles or cocaine straws, or sharing needles for tattooing, acupuncture or piercings. If you have a vaginal infection, douching can push infection-causing bacteria up into the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. A pregnant woman who has genital herpes can pass the virus to her baby. Not reusing or sharing needles, or drug equipment (works).

Genital Herpes. However, you can get an STD by sharing dirty needles, razors or toothbrushes with an infected person too. So i have herpes and my friend is saying that maybe i got it from getting a tattoo. SHARE YOUR STORY. Can you get herpes from getting a tattoo. 4 Ways You Can Get An STD Without Having Sex. When someone has type I herpes (also known as oral herpes), they carry it for life, says Senior Physician at Boston University Dr. Dr. Weber also points out that sharing needles, razors, or other cutting devices with someone who has an STD can also spread diseases because they are items that break skin contact and let the infections into the body, so avoid sharing these items at all to be safe.

Sharing Needles Answers

It is very unlikely for an STD to be spread by sharing a razor, unlike sharing needles, which is a high-risk behavior. You can also become re-infected with bacterial STDs after treatment if exposed to them again. Genital herpes, gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, HIV and hepatitis B and C can all be transmitted to babies during delivery. You can get Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Herpes AND HPV (warts) from oral sex. Not usually, except: 1) Herpes; you can get herpes from kissing someone who has an outbreak on their lips, sharing lipstick or lip balm; 2) HIV; you can get HIV from breast milk, blood to blood contact like fighting, sharing needles for piercing, tattooing or to inject drugs or steroids, and tattooing with used needles. I have some symptomsdo you think I have an STD? STDs may also make a person more vulnerable to contracting HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, since some STDs like herpes and syphilis may create sores that cause breaks in the skin. STDs such as HIV and hepatitis B that are transmitted through the exchange of body fluids, can also be passed by sharing needles. In addition, people with gonorrhea can more easily contract HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Both can cause genital herpes, although most cases of genital herpes are caused by HSV-2. Transmission of the virus primarily occurs during unprotected sexual activity and by sharing needles used to inject intravenous drugs, although the virus also can spread from mother to infant during pregnancy, delivery, and breastfeeding. One out of four Americans between the ages of 15 and 55 will contract at least one sexually transmitted disease. In cases of either large or persistent warts, other treatments may include surgical removal, freezing using liquid nitrogen, or cauterization by electric needles; however, the warts often recur. Be aware that oral herpes can be transmitted by kissing, sharing towels, or drinking from the same glass or cup.

What Are STDs (sexually Transmitted Diseases) Overview

How You Get HIV HIV lives in blood, semen, and vaginal fluids. And with the exception of herpes, genital warts, and HIV, most STDs can be readily cured. When you share someone’s needle and it hasn’t been cleaned, the blood left in the needle will be injected into you. Some people are afraid that you can get HIV through body piercing or tattooing. Can You Be Infected With Both Types of Herpes? The biggest risk for hepatitis C is through sharing needles while injecting drugs. I’m long since married now, but I’ve always wondered, does having had oral herpes make one immune to contracting genital herpes? Genital herpes, genital warts, Hepatitis B and HIV are viral infections that cannot be cured, but the symptoms can be treated and managed. Share sexual histories and past diagnosis of infections. If they aren’t treated, they can spread the STD – they can even give it to you again. Sharing needles (to inject drugs) with someone who is infected.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) are diseases that can be passed between sexual partners via semen or vaginal secretions. Having only one sexual partner, usually for the rest of your life. People who use intravenous drugs, such as heroin, can pass STDs on infected needles. I believe that you can but it is not likely (likely would be sharing needles, etc). Also if I’m planning on snorting a bunch of shit some night, I bring a 2 visine bottles, take my share of the substance, make a tiny little funnel out of paper, put substance into visine bottle, add water, shake, drop in a cotton or cig filter, suck the liquid out with the other visine bottle and presto you have a much more pure, filtered substance which will absorb much faster into your nasal mucousa.

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