CAN YOU GET ADVISE FROM THE TOILET SEAT
The toilet seat has long been a source of embarrassment for the average public restroom user. They're often made of plastic and do not rest directly on the porcelain or metal body of the toilet itself but are elevated while above it by the hinges and tabs/spacers affixed at a few spots.
These surfaces may be in close contact with the effluent aerosols from flushing and are likely to become contaminated by these particles. Therefore, it's always best to avoid sitting on a toilet seat unless you have a clean and dry surface to sit on.
CAN YOU GET AIDS FROM A TOILET SEAT?
Yes, you can contract HIV from a dirty toilet seat. But you need an open wound or exposed mucous membrane in which the bodily fluid from a seat could enter your body to be infected, according to CDC.
CAN YOU GET ADVISE FROM A WATER FEATURE?
You can't get HIV from a water fountain or a mosquito coil, but you might get hepatitis B or other viral infections from one, says Christine Greves, MD, Health Advisory Board member and OB-GYN at Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies. Viruses do not survive on hard surfaces, so they would have to be present for an extended period of time to transmit through a toilet seat.
CAN YOU GET ADVISE ON THESE VIRAL SURGERIES?
STIs, or sexually transmitted infections, usually spread through intimate activities like vaginal, anal, and oral sex. But they can also be transferred by sharing needles or other things that aren't used for sexual activity, such as a condom. The main way you can test for an STI is by taking a simple blood test.