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Risk of Transmission - Can not get this off my mind

I picked up snow with my gloves and rubbed my glove with the snow on to my other glove. Than, with the glove I picked up the snow with I rubbed the bottom part of my nose  (near the openings); and I thick part of my glove touched the inside of my nose. Now I am being a bit paranoid but I am not to sure if they was blood on the snow. If they was would I be at risk for HIV transmission?

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Seek a therapist as this is an unrealistic concern.
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Okay , Thank-You.
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