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Fear of HIV blood mixed in water and goes into my eye

If HIV blood mix in water it is infectus?
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No. Bodily fluids outside the body are not infectious. There is no risk for you for HIV.
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My English is little weak
I read this link and then I have fear
Please clear about it
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8100131/

Please clear about it it says  90 loss of infectivity at 1 and 2 hour
Can this infected within 1 and 2hour
If we come in contact
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You're kidding, right? You say you have trouble understanding English and then you pull a random abstract from PubMed and start a debate about it?

I can't state this in any simpler English. You had NO RISK. That's a fact that you can either accept or you can continue to worry yourself over NOTHING.
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