Will I get hep B from touching my penus with viginal leq or serman
I work as a bar attender 2 weeks ago couple was making out in the club eg: intense fingering etc unfortunately I happen to shake his hand coz he was a regular to the bar.After 5 mins I went to urinate and same hand touched my top of my penus while urinating.
Can u plz advise me whether I'll get any STD such as HIV hepatitis b, c.
Coz hepatitis B can spread through body fluids and I'm bit worried and If I want to have test how long should I wait.
Hepatitis B is found in the precum, semen, and blood of an infected person. It is important to protect oneself from infected blood and other body fluids like blood of an infected person, semen and vaginal secretions. You should consult your doctor to clear your doubts. I hope it helped.
Best luck and regards!
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