0 May 20, '07
I'm not so sure the OP is on the up and up. First...it would seem she would have been stuck hard enough to cause some bleeding, since her arm eventually hurt real bad, yet she couldn't even find a puncture wound?? She went into the bathroom to check for a puncture wound? Would you not go to your co-workers immediately for help looking for a puncture and report it? If the puncture didn't cause any bleeding then it would be highly unlikely to cause the transmission of HIV. Secondly...she gets scared out of her mind in Dec 06 and her results didn't come back for 6 weeks?
Last edit by DutchgirlRN on May 26, '07
0 May 20, '07
Quote from AnxiousStudent
You know what I agree with you. After reading further I became a little skeptical.
Just too many things don't add up. Who keeps their blood draw equipment in a big metal container? Who keeps it on a garbage can? Portable sharps containers are designed to keep the needles from falling out so no one will get hurt. I'm truly sorry for anyone whose HIV test comes back positive for whatever reason.
Last edit by DutchgirlRN on May 21, '07
... the reason that I took a HIV test six week later was because I was working in a nursing home and got stuck by a recaped needle. You all would know this if you would have read the least entry that I posted, But because you are so close minded and quite to type cast people, you don't have the siltiest clue of what going on. Further more how dare ypurely with such hateful thing to say. Regardless of what you people think about me and the situation that i have been in. this is very much real that my HIV screen was positive and as if i don;t have enough to deal with I get to log on to the computer to read such hateful thing.
Last edit by sirI on May 21, '07
: Reason: TOS