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Ocular contamination is possible and it is associated with a 0.03% risk of contamination when there is ocular contact with a contagious fluid such as blood, amniotic fluid
etc. Unfortunately, post exposure prophylaxis is effective only if started within 72 hours following exposure. However, had it been you used abundant water to wash then the chances would have been greatly reduced further.
At moment, that is one week later, there is much to do than to follow up with repeated HIV
tests starting now to be sure of your status now, and re doing it 3 months later and 6 months later respectively.
Best regards and hope this helps you.