When I went to the toilet at noon today, I found a toilet paper with blood on my toilet when I squatted down. I just had a little bit of contact with the toilet paper. I didn't know if I had touched the bloody tissue paper, and then my hand touched my butt. Would it be infected with AIDS or condyloma? I'm not sure if there is any wound or acne on the buttocks. Thank you.
Although HIV exists in the blood and body fluids of patients, the virus quickly loses its infectivity in dry environment after leaving the body fluid, and when you describe the situation, it is not infected with the fresh blood, then it will not be infected with HIV or condyloma acuminata, so there is no need to worry.
First of all, point 1. In fact, you don't need to worry about the situation when you go to the bathroom at noon. It won't infect AIDS or condyloma acuminatum. Second, whether AIDS or condyloma acuminatum is directly transmitted through sexual behavior, you don't need to worry at all.
Don't worry, there will be no infection. Because the duration of infection symptoms of the virus under air exposure is relatively small. The probability of infection is also relatively small, and the most likely infection is sexual behavior. Blood cross infection. So what you said is basically not true.