Feb 28, 2013
Is there a risk of using someone toothbrush 5 minutes after they used it----blood was on it--person is hiv positive--friecking out
| Response from Mr. Cordova
I would not be concerned. Any virus present on the toothbrush would be unable to infect you. Furthermore, any virus present would need direct access to your bloodstream in a way that facilitated transmission. Penetrative sex and needle-sharing are two such ways.
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