Dr Bob, I am not vaccinating my thre year old with Hep B (family history of autoimmune and wouldnt want to anyway) but now that she is about to start preschool and is using the toilet, are there concerns about any issues with catching hep b from the teachers who might (as we all do get them) have cuts like a paper cut or something and also if there is like a small amount of menstrual blood (sorry, graphic) on the toilet seat ? I am concerned because as my three year old girl is just using the toilet her vagina and butt and hands touch all over the seat. hmmm hope I am being crazy to think of issues like this. Thanks for helping all of us parents.
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