My friend who is a nurse drew blood for my genotype test today but unfortunately poked the needle on her thumb while disposing off the needle and i am co infected with hepatitis c and hiv virus currently.
i am not on any medication currently but starting my therapy soon.
and one more thing i have read somewhere that hiv is transmitted by injecting hiv positive blood.directly in blood.
but in this case blood cannot be injected as she took off the needle from the injection after the blood test.
Is she actually at any risk related to hiv or not?
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