Can blood on toilet seat when contacted with genitals cause HIV?
Could predispose you to UTI
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I have gone carefully through your query and understand your concerns. A tiny speck of blood on a toilet tissue is unlikely to put you at risk of HIV or Hepatitis B. But it could have contained bacteria that could give you an urinary tract infection.
You need not panic. Wait and watch to see if you have any difficulty or burning sensation or any urgency while passing urine. If still apprehensive, after a couple of days you can get your urine tested for routine microscopy and culture sensitivity.
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