Dear doctor first thank you for replying I am a bit certain and getting better replies are some what a bit different over there and i specially would like to know my concerns but I really need you this night could be the night where I understand everything. And I'll just have my local doctor
I need a brief reply on the first two questions of bidet use and wearing clothing . To be clear a simple yes or no would be appropriate . You said bath waters , spraying. Bidets do not enter the body . The virus has to enter the body so when I use bidets or shared swim suits with my colleague even if wet or contaminated inflections material do not enter the anus ,penis or vagina .the virtual cavity on vagina or penis and anus do not allow fluids deep into the tissue and And this is what you meant correct ? Yes or no is fine (although you said nothing enters the body )
Infected material does not enter the penis vagina or anus this way correct so virus cannot enter dead or alive and nothing enters the body as you and this is what you meant ? Yes or no This means everything to me
Just for info I know you what bidet spray is but I'll give a link for you just incase
2) you said virus die although hep may live longer in environment they are non infectious so basically if they are wet they lose the power to infect ? And according to you in real world when would hep be non infectious if they were small amounts of blood and when hep b&c be non infectious on bodily fluids as compared to blood
3) further more doctor HIV dies in water does hep also die in water I washed my razor with water and that's why hep can't live in swimming pools also ? With no chlorine in it just normal water
3) if blood goes into the mouth saliva kills HIV does it also kill hep b&c ? No case of blood or secretions into mouth for hepb and c also ? If I got some blood or secretions in my mouth
4) some doctor said hep c can live in dried blood but for all practical purpose this is false because dr hunter say no once blood has dried that's totally dead Even though you said the same thing ? Your answer won't change on this same answer for hep b ? Blood or fluids are dead once dried
5) I believe you have said that infected material getting into the nose is no risk neither am because my main worry was sharing a straw , actually I don't know why I was putting straws into my nose my friend made me do it I didn't do anything but just put inside my nose that's no risk for hep or HIV even if something was present inside the straw ? I did it only thrice (yes was bullied a bit ) . I don't know why you said straw is a risk it's an object but it still no risk ?i am bit scared on this one or this is only theoretical only speculation?
6) when you say deep into the tissue that's only through needle sharing ? For hep and HIV for all practical purpose HIV or hep c outside the body eyes ,nose and mouth or transferred from surface to objects doesn't mean anything ?
7) are you saying the only way I get HIV ,hep b c other stds if just didn't have sex or shared needles? Everything else is irrelevant ? I don't want to to test for stds actually would you test if you were me ??