One of nurse took my blood sugar using the lancet, lancet is new and strips is new, the nurse forgot to wipe alcohol in my skin and started to use the lancet, theres a possibilities to contract hepa in this way,
Did you touch fresh blood recently before your test? If you had hepatitis c infected blood on your hands there would be a very small theoretical risk.
Bearing in mind that even if a medical worker should experience an accidental needlestick involving a patient with known hepatitis C their risk of transmission is about 4%
In you situation, it is highly unlikely you had hepatitis c infected blood on your hands without being aware of it. Also only about 3% of the population even has hep c so your odds of randomly encountering someone with hep c are very very low.
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