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Disgusting

Hi,

I had a terrible accident one night where I needed to use the toilet, couldn't find one in time, so I ran in an alleyway behind a dumpster to relieve myself (from both ends).

I had to clean myself with my underwear, and socks as I had nothing else to use. My underwear, and socks fell a few times on the cement ground (which was outside an automotive-tyre store) as I was cleaning myself, and I think I rubbed too much which caused abit of bleeding.

Is there any chance with me contracting any infections, becoming ill, or anything at all?

I'm panicking at the moment, so please help me if you can.

thanks in advance,

imdisgustingau
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Hi Please calm down you got nothing to worry about ,it is just what you say it was a Terrible Accident , and you have dealt with it the best you could ,
anyone else would have done the same as you did ,
You may still have a bit of Anxiety but it's over with now , Take care ,
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Yes you shouldn't worry about it. There may be a little bruising where it bled but it'll heal soon. It was just an unfortunate incident & it's over now. Stay well.
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