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Can hepatitis b spread through penis anal frotting without penetration?

Hello, few weeks ago I engaged in penis to butt rubbing with a csw. I was wearing a condom. But the lower shaft of my penis was exposed. Their was no penetration just rubbing my penis between her buttocks. Six hours after my encounter I found a small blood vessel rupture on my shaft and it was bleeding a little bit. My question is if the vessel bled during the act too what are my chances of getting hepatitis b or c?
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I'd say your chances of getting anything this way is close to zero
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But hepatitis b can live outside the body too. If her anal mucus gets in contact with my superficial bleeding spot wouldn't their be a chance of infection. I know that hiv and hcv can't be transferred in this way but what about hep b?
Look if you are  worried then please get checked a full hbv blood panel check , that can tell you if you are infected or have ever been infected in the past ...if you are not then get vaccinated then you never have to worry again .
Yes hbv can survive outside of the body for 7 days ... but it also has to get into your blood stream then make it's way to the liver before an Infection can establish,  I cant see a little bit if rubbing being able to do that.....then again I'm not a Dr .... plus most adults   get more sick catching the flu then hbv, but then again you could be one of the unlucky 5% that go chronic .... what I'm trying to say as no one can tell you the answer only a blood test will , in my opinion the risk you have described is close to zero
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