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I am so sorry to hear this
When it occurred ?
Thanks for the details
You need to see the doctor as you require PEP for this exposure
It has to be started as soon as possible but maximum within 72 hours of exposure
So you must have it in order to minimize the chances of getting the infection
Please do let me know if you have any other question
So it was not a prick rather a drop of blood on your finger?
Alright so if your skin is intact without any cut you don,t need PEP
This was just on the surface so you will be fine
There is no chance of catching HIV like this
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Just relax HIV cannot get transmitted like this
I am quite confident you are okay
This can just be a common cold rather than HIV
You can get tested for HIV if you are so worried but I am sure it will come back negative
Usually HIV seroconversion occur at 2 weeks approximately
So you can get it after two weeks exposure
But I am confident that it will be negative