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A couple of days ago I went to get a test at a clinic that also specializes in treating HIV patients. While there, I needed to go to the bathroom. When I lifted the lid, a bunch of urine rolled down from the top of lid onto my fingers.
I immediately washed my hands with soap and water and to my knowledge had no cuts on my fingers, nevertheless, I am now thinking that due to the client base of HIV+ patients, that the urine that I came in contact with might have potentially exposed me to HIV?
I have no idea how long the urine had been there and I do not know if that would make a difference.
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