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HIV from food contaminated fresh blood?

Hi,
I am asking this question because recent incident that has happened during last week end is worrying me a lot.
Last week end we went to our friends house. After lunch my wife's friend cut an apple for us. While cutting the apple she got cut her hand. Definitely fresh blood would have been contaminated with apple pieces.Then after a few minutes we ate those apples including my wife and our daughter.After came home I realized that we should not eat those apples. Now I am highly worried.My problem is, if our friend is infected with HIV, are we having a possibility of infecting? Should we all be tested after window period? Please help me. I am highly worrying.
 

Cat Scratch

In a hypothetical situation (if a cat scratched an HIV positive person and then immediately scratched me), woQuestion: Hello and thank you for helping to dispel some of my worries. Recently, I was scratched a little by a stray cat and was worried about getting infected with HIV through thuld infection be possible?

Cat Scratch

In a hypothetical situation (if a cat scratched an HIV positive person and then immediately scratched me),  Hello and thank you for helping to dispel some of my worries. Recently, I was scratched a little by a stray cat and was worried about getting infected with HIV through thuld infection be possible?
 
 

Water Splash

Hi, First of all thank you providing the great support and information.
I was washing my face in public restroom and good amount of water splashed into my mouth, eyes and nose from the wash basin. It was not so cleaned restroom and not sure about the status of the wash basin.
Just in case, What if someone just before me used the wash basin and just in case cleaned the blood or body fluids which contains hiv and from the same, the water splashed into my eyes, nose and mouth after I use it. To I get infected with HIV in this situation as eyes, nose and mouth has mucous membrane.
And also do I need to get tested for HIV in this situation?

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