Infection from scissor?

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  1. HairyTXdude

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    Yesterday I was helping install a art gallery and needed a pair of scissors so I borrows a pair from a girl and cut my thumb. It bled, I washed it with some soap and water then put germx on it a little later. I'm freaking out majorly wondering what the likely hood of my contracting something from the cut, in the case say she cut herself with the same scissor cause I dunno if she did or not. :frown1:
     
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    I think the chances of you contracting an STD is highly unlikely. However if you have not had a tetanus shot booster in the last 10 years I would advise you to go to the doctor and get one. Otherwise keep the cut clean and dressed and you should be fine.
     
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    ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
    This.
    There's no real reason to think you're going to get an infection indirectly from her.
    Much more likely that other germs on the scissors will getchuh.
    You should get a tetanus shot if you haven't had one in the past decade.
     
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