No there is no possibility of having HIV infection, by stepping on a condom, with a cut on your leg.
PLEASE NOTE that HIV âis transmitted by any activity where body fluids are exchanged, such as: â
â1. Unprotected vaginal, anal and oral sex â
â2. Inoculation of infected blood into the body - as in Intravenous drug users who share needles and syringes.â
â3. Poorly sterilized dental and medical equipment â
â4. Unhygienic tattooing âand Unhygienic acupuncture â- where needles are reused. â
â5. Poorly screened blood transfusions â
â6. HIV infected mother to child transmission â
Remember, HIV is not transmitted by: â
â1. Hugging a person, â
â2. Dancing â
â3. Sharing food or drinks â
â4. Using a shower, bath, or bed used by an HIV person â
â5. Kissing (between people with no significant dental problems) â
â6. Sharing exercise equipment or â
â7. Bug bites â
8. Contact of HIV infected fluids on intact skin.
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