Your post is a bit hard to follow but let me try to address the questions that seem to be being asked. Just to be sure, you are concerned about having gotten HIV from your roomates who might have gotten HIV from contact with the person who has been diagnosed as having HIV. Lets go to the questions:
1. Smoking on a glass pipe after the HIV infected person. No risk, even if you or this person had a sore or even blood on the pipe. No one has ever gotten HIV from an exposure of this sort..
2. Could you have gotten HIV from using your roomate's eye drops. Her risk is having had sex with women who the positive person had also had sex with at some time in the past. Again,. no risk at all.
3. Could you have gotten HIV from a splash in the shower after your roomate (who you have no idea is infected and is probably not) used the shower. The suggested route of infection would be a splash from a razor used hours before which remained in the shower. Again, no risk whatsoever.
Bottom line, each of the events you describe was no risk and does not warrant concern or testing. There is zero chance of you getting HIV from the exposures you describe. EWH
3. Finally, my other roommate dated a friend of the + positive person who could have used steroids with the + person. I have no idea if they shared needles or not, but I have to assume they did. In the shower, my roommates razor fell and I held it up into the streaming water to clean it off and I'm afraid that blood/infected water could have gotten into my eyes as I remember water splashing in/around my eyes. It was probably 2 to 3 hours after my roommate used the shower and possible used the razor.
I know that these seem like far fetched transmission scenarios, but I literally spend 90 percent of my day thinking about it, and I also have found so much conflicting information on the internet that I decided it would be best to talk to a doctor. I'm out of the window period for the pipe incident, but not the eye drops or razor incident.
Thanks, Dr. Hook.
I appreciate the quick response. I just wanted to clarify that question 2 was basically asking if sharing eye drops can be a route of transmission. And one last question...I am a daily marijuana smoker. Will marijuana delay antibody production/comprimise my immune system.
I realize that my anxiety and ocd are getting the best of me. But having a doctor take my specific questions really helps. I think I might seek counseling sometime in the near future.
Sharing eye drops is not a good idea becasue otehr infection like conjunctivitis can be spread that way. On the other hand, HIV has never been spread that way. I said that before.
Smoking pot daily will not delay your immune response. EWH
Thanks again, Dr. Hook.
I guess we can wrap this thread up.