I am currently pregnant, married, and in a 100% monogamous heterosexual relationship, and as of my most recent HIV test in October 2007, my HIV status is negative. During my pregnancy, I had a 1 hour test for gestational diabetes which I failed. At work, a co-worker (mid 50's heterosexual married male with diabetes) allowed me to use his glucose test kit so I could examine my blood sugar levels. I cleaned my fingers with alcohol before he used his lancet to stick my finger, and obviously drew a tiny drop of blood. I am sure it is my pregnant hormones working overtime, but is there a possibility that (assuming this individual is HIV positive, which I believe to be unlikely) I could have contracted the virus if he did not switch the lancet to a fresh one before he stuck my finger to test my blood sugar? He has the type of kit where the lancet is able to be re-used for finger-sticking purposes. This incident occurred 2 weeks ago - should I go for a rapid test, and will it be accurate? Did swabbing my fingers with alcohol before he stuck me kill the virus?