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10 days ago i went to a Clinic because i was feeling Fever. The Doctor said i'am having low Blood Pressure & he suggested me to take Glucose. Than he injected me some medicine. Since that day i'am always in doubt that i contracted HIV because i did not saw him changing the SYRINGE but he changed the NEEDLE. What is the chances of HIV transmission if he changed the NEEDLE but not the SYRINGE ? What is the percentage of transmission ? please reply i can't sleep at Night because very tensed.
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Dr. Amarpreet Singh Riar
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Very simple. Get the HIV test done to rule out the same. Doubts will be cleared. That's the only sincere approach right now. All the best
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Hello there . I can understand your concern.  You are just doubting the doctor unnecessarily.  Do you think it will make any difference for the doctor if he doesnt change the syringe? A syringe just costs 5 rs. You are just thinking too much . Nothing else. Kindly carry out your daily activities as you do. Best regards.  Dr. Anil kumar jain. Bangalore.
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Dr. Pankaj Kumar
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No Clinic / hospital can do these type of activity as there is strict guidelines for everything in hospital... It may be your mis-understanding but if still you believe that they have injected without changing whole syringe then you can get HIV testing done at 3 months,  or you can consult general physician in your locality... Chances of getting infection depends on many thing so it is very difficult to say in percentage but chances is there...
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Dr. V. Hari Prasad
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With same needle for different persons the chances of getting HIV is 30/10,000. That is 0.003%.but it is unethical .because same syringe if contaminated with blood or bacteria can transmit dangerous diseases if not sterilized.don't accept same syringe for next time.
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if still have doubts you can take certain medicine to prevent hiv .and check for hiv test after 4- 5 months.consult a general physician for best results.
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