Hello dear forum members. There had been previous sexual contact frottage. Later, the members here told me that it was not a risk, but I succumbed to my anxiety and had a test. During the test, I went to the lab and sat in the chair. The nurse seemed to want to distract me and kept talking. I couldn't quite see the needle. Then I asked him about his ars symptoms. And he seemed knowledgeable about it. Even doctors in my country are not very knowledgeable about this. Later, he told himself that he had a needle prick while taking blood and that he thought the patient was positive, and that he had a test and it was negative. Now here is the weirdness. The patient knows whether it is negative or positive. Because there is a test and if it is positive, pep starts and if it is negative, he does not get tested. But he says he just thinks the patient is positive and gets tested. Seems like a contradictory answer to me. He then said he was doing research on the internet and told me not to look on the internet because there was false information there. He told me on the way, don't worry, being positive is not a bad thing. Then it got stuck in my head and 2 days later I went back to the lab and spoke to the nurse. At first she showed me the needles and said they were disposable. But he had a worried expression. And I asked him, he got a needle stuck in his hand, he tested negative, but is it really negative? Then he got angry and gave harsh reactions. She said I shouldn't question him. She said again she was negative. But she said it's none of my business whether it's negative or positive. Then she showed the door. I panicked. Because it looked like guilt psychology. His sudden, very harsh and aggressive behavior made me uneasy. Now I think that this nurse somehow used the needle to contact her own blood and then use it to draw blood from me. I can't get this out of my head. I know it looks like okb and paranoia. But it's the nurse's demeanor and conflicting answers that I'm worried about. When I think normally, I think why would a nurse do such a thing. Moreover, he is married and has a family. He has a job in a good laboratory. Why put yourself in danger? But then I think. If, as he said, he had a needle stuck in his hand while drawing blood from a patient and he tested positive. If he's lying to me. And if his psychology is broken because of this incident. If he is infecting to take revenge on incoming patients. I have this thought. This is where my brain connects to this. In my opinion the answers he gave are contradictory. Being suddenly angry and aggressive when you continue to ask questions. Is this guilt psychology? Or I questioned him a lot and he got overwhelmed. But I interpreted this situation differently in my brain. Do you think there is a feeling of psychological guilt in this incident that I am describing? Could the nurse have done such a thing? What you think is very important to me. Please help with this.