blood in public bathroom while rinsing mouth
Jul 28, 2013
i went to the bathroom to wash my hand and rinse my mouth. i wash my hand then used my left hand to press the left faucet button for the water to run down and I used my right hand to get the water in my mouth and spit it out i did that three time with hot water. while im leaving the bathroom i notice blood on the floor underneath the sink i was using so i went back to the sink to see if i see blood around the faucet i think i saw dry blood on the right faucet button which i didnt used. what if the blood was on the faucet and I put the water with the blood in my mouth to rinse? what are my risk?? when i went in the bathroom i didnt see the person that was bleeding. I assume the blood was out there for awhile.
from what i read in your forum the blood have to immediate leave a person body in go in my body to get infected
thanks for the help
Response from Mr. Glenn
"from what i read in your forum the blood have to immediate leave a person body in go in my body to get infected"
You summed up my answer in your own question.
There is no risk from your situation.
Hope this helps,
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