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With the contact you mention, the chances of HIV transmission are not remote but zero.
HIV does not transmit in this manner and you are safe.
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Yes, that is okay.
No stepping on a needle with your shoes on will not give you HIV.
For HIV to transmit the needle should contain an amount of blood infected with HIV in liquid form and the needle should penetrate the skin.
Not likely. The contacts you mention are trivial ones and no incidence of HIV transmission has been reported with these.
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No, you should not be worried. HIV does not transmit with dog bites.
Yes, since, the virus does not stay alive in the saliva of the dog. And the blood drawn is quickly washed by the dog's saliva.
And there is no inoculate with dog bites.
Dog's teeth are not hollow like needles and can not inject blood.
HIV and breast cancer, do not spread with dog bites.
No, it will not put you to risk at all.
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Not likely, but wash your hands. No chance of HIV.
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