A few weeks before, i went to a construction site where i'm a designer at. The whole building
was recently under repair, and on the second floor a new toilet is installed, with a visible sewage pipe
leaking to the ground floor. It was until a few drops of sewage dropped on my head that i realized this. It
was used toilet sewage water, on my head, i checked it with my hand and there was no visible blood it was clear, but still probably urine, faeces or anything mixed to water..
I went upstairs and checked the toilet, it was a public one and i realized that the dropping starts right after you flush.. Is it possible to contact HIV or any virus that way? there are some spots on my head and i dont know if i had a bleeding one!! i usually do thats why i'm so worried.
Please help me as now i'm waking up and going to bed with it. Very paranoid here!
If I were you, instead of worrying about HIV, which is NOT possible in this scenario, I'd be a lot more worried about E coli and all the other diseases that are spread by raw sewage. I suggest you turn your attention to those more likely diseases since HIV is not spread that way.
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