i ate shawarma sandwich last week when I was on trip to Iraq but unintentionally i did not noticed there is a slice of lemon inside the sandwich prepared to add lemon to the sandwich the slice was contaminated with a blood when i felt it i throw the slice from my mouth I have some damaged and broken teeth due to decay and some sores in my mouth now I developed diarrhea since 4 days when I came back to my country I am so worry of contract hepatitis C please let me know when I can test post exposure please I will pray for god to protect me may god bless you please help me and advise me what should I do now ?
You chance of infection is very very low. I agree with above poster that you either had food poisoning or it could have been your nerves. If i discovered blood in a sandwich I think I would have gotten sick as well. If you are really worried, you could wait a few months, then be tested Take Care
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