|Toothbrush in toilet
Sep 25, 2007
If someone rubbed my toothbrush around the toilet bowl and let me use it and i had mouth ulcers would i be at any risk of hiv infection? We were on holiday in uk the toilet would have been used only by us for 12 hours previous and was probably flushed about 4 times before bowl contact. The toilet would also have been flushed and then unused over night. I dont think i used the brush after contact. If i did would this change anything? This is really worrying me please help, dont know where to turn. Worried
| Response from Dr. Frascino
The real question here should be why the hell would someone use your toothbrush to clean a toilet bowl??? That must have been one mean, nasty trick you picked up last night.
Your toothbrush may taste shitty, but as for an HIV-transmission risk, nah. No worries, OK?
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