Just now I went to the supermarket and bought some toilet paper. When I came back, I found that there were red spots on the bag with light. I don't know what state the blood is when it is dry. I don't know whether it is human blood. It is solidified by visual inspection. After I took the bag, the child ate. I buttoned her mouth. If there is disease virus in the blood, it will infect the child. No, will I infect the virus if I feed the baby again and the nipple is broken?
According to your description, the dry blood on the packing bag will not infect infectious diseases, because the virus in the dry blood has no activity and can not enter your wound, because you have no wound at all. If it is fresh blood, it is easy to infect diseases in your mouth
There are certain risks, especially hepatitis A can be transmitted through fecal mouth. It is an infectious disease. However, after the baby is born, the probability of injecting hepatitis A vaccine at the age of one and a half to prevent the baby from being infected with the virus is relatively reduced.
Even when human blood leaves the body, it will lose its activity in a very short time and is not infectious. AIDS, hepatitis B and so on are transmitted through blood, sexually transmitted and mother to child vertical transmission, referring to fresh blood. If you really feel uneasy, it is recommended that HIV antibodies be detected in six weeks. Hepatitis B and other tests have ruled out infection.