Absolutely not. Even if (despite common sense) the plastic fork did have her blood on it you would not be at any risk.
HIV is NOT transmitted from environmental surfaces including forks, cups, hands, etc. People who share households with HIV + members do not contract HIV if they don't have unprotected sex with them or share needles.
Please keep that in mind the next time you interact socially with this person.
Thanks for the responses. Failed to mention that the she scratch on her was signficant enough to cause miminal bleeding to her, but again I did not notice any blood on the fork which is the main concern.
Wouldn't have matter HIV is not transmitted in that fashon.
Thanks for your response joggen. I do realize that HIV is not tranmitted from the everyday use of objects or eating or drinking after someone. I failed to mention that she did have minimal bleeding as a result of her scratch from the fork. I was only concerned because she did have minimal bleeding.
I have read where objects (sex toys) can serve as a conduit for HIV transmission so it can be passed from the surface of an object to an individual.
No you don't contract HIV from sex toys. Move on with your no risk issues.
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