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    Is it possible to contract HIV from bodily fluid on the ground? Passed by what looked like bodily discharge (may have been spit) on the ground and I cant tell if I stepped on it or not. When I got home I used my finger to wipe the bottom of my shoe to check if it was wet or not but still couldn’t tell if it was wet or not. I wash my hands right after but i am still worried I touched my face, lips, or eyes before washing. Am I at risk?
    Last edited by Slsa.1123; 01-12-2019, 02:22 AM.

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    Please do reply as this is making me very worried.

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    • #3
      There is no risk of HIV transmission from what you have described, no need to worry.

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      • #4
        Thank you so much I have a follow up question. Would I be at risk if I masturbated?

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        • #5
          There is still no risk even with masturbation, again, no need to worry.

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          • #6
            Would I be at risk if I masturbated and didn’t wash my hands? As in my hands were sort of dry before I masturbated and I did wash my hands before doing it but Im scared the handwash bottle I touched before washing my hand got infected. I did touch that bottle again before masturbating, could I be at risk?

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            • #7
              Again, your risk remains zero.

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              • #8
                Another question: yesterday I was washing my hands in the public bathroom sink when I noticed (after washing) that there was dried blood on the rims of the sink. Im worried I may have touched the blood. I only washed my hands with water and I washed again after noticing the dried blood. The blood got wet after a few drops of water fell on it. Could I be at risk if I touched it (when dry or wet) then later touched my eyes or mouth or ANY risky body part? I might have only touched the blood with my sleeves or might not have touched it at all. Please explain to me why I am or am not at risk, I am very worried. What also worries me is that I just got my period yesterday. What if the dried blood (wet after the drops of water) from my sleeves or arms got in contact with my hands unknowingly and then I touched myself to clean or replace my tampon later on?
                Last edited by Slsa.1123; Yesterday, 12:57 AM.

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