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I have a wound that is a few days old and still hasn't scabbed up, but is still only as deep as this about three of these periods. My concern is that there may have been a few drops of blood the size of this o that got on my thumb without me noticing. My questions are:
1. Is this still a superficial wound?
2.What would the risk be IF the blood got in?
2.What would the risk be IF the blood got in? Zero.
We typically don't deal with "what if" questions, and yours sounds anxiety-produced. You cannot and will not EVER get HIV from having cuts and scarpes...even if you would HAPPEN to be exposed to HIV infected bodily fluids.
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