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A Person at work a guest did soketrhing to my

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A Person at work a guest did soketrhing to my back like he pressed something on the side of the back side I did not have my iPhone but when I got home I took photos of it its like he did something what I dont know thinking like when someone sticks you up god for bid like a hold up hiv testing?
Posted Sun, 26 Nov 2017 in HIV and AIDS
Follow-up: A Person at work a guest did soketrhing to my 0 minute later
like it made contact with me though
Follow-up: A Person at work a guest did soketrhing to my 0 minute later
I'm very protective sorry
 
 
Answered by Dr. Bonnie Berger-Durnbaugh 2 hours later
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No risk of HIV from this.

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Hi XXXXXXX

No, pressing something to your back, especially if you were wearing a shirt, would not present a risk for HIV. There is no need to test for HIV from this incident. HIV is spread by sexual contact or with direct contact with fresh HIV infected blood. So no risk here.

Please let me know if I can provide further information.
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