Well, I've been in the hospital for a long time due to tuberculosis. I took two baths in the bathroom of the ward, but I'm afraid the bathroom is not very hygienic, because I washed my lower body with my hands and used toilet paper. The toilet paper is clean and cleaned for a long time. Will it infect other diseases, such as HIV? I'm so afraid, because I'm afraid that other patients in the ward will leave something else, HIV should not be transmitted indirectly through this way. I'm a little scared
HIV is present in the blood and body fluids of the patients. The transmission route is infectious. The virus that infect the vertical transmission of the virus will not survive for a long time in the external environment, so there is no way to spread the information you have described. You need not worry that it will not be infected with HIV.
AIDS as an infectious disease, first of all, there is a source of infection, that is, AIDS patients, is not clear at the moment, and again, AIDS has its specific transmission channels, such as sexual behavior, sharing syringes, mother and baby, blood transfusion, other channels have not seen, you said these channels can not be transmitted.
The main consideration of this situation is to spoil, because when you take a bath, no one else washes it at the same time, or no one else has just washed it, which is a previous problem. It should be that even if there are body fluids left by others, they are dry, but the virus will not survive in the dry body fluids, so you generally will not infect through this way.