today at work I was emptying out the trash and a small crumpled up piece of facial tissue paper from inside suddenly
Fell on my hand (which had a small cut on it, I wash my hands a lot so they get easily dry and break) my concern is that there appeared to be some blood inside and on the tissue, it was red and I'm asumming dried? I guess I just wanted to be reasurred that
there is no risk from environmental exposures such as this once more, As my hands aren't in the best condition, I have to always moisturize after washing them. Most of all id like to say, this site has been very very helpful in
Educating me about HIV risks. i still worry from time to time. I was hoping for some reassurance... much thanks and As always, hope to hear from teak and anyone of you who might read this tonight.
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