Hi. This morning a 6 yr old 1st grader was on the play ground, picked up a plastic tampon applicator and, after her teacher repeatedly told her to throw it in the trash, instead stuck it in her mouth. She was sent to the office to wash her mouth out with mouthwash (which she refused to do) and was then sent back to class. The office called home. The girl's mother didn't think it was serious. The girl's aunt came to school and insisted on filling out a report. She asked about the school's insurance and insisted that the health clinic do a blood draw to check for Hep B HIV etc. all on the school dime. Would you recommend a blood draw for this? I talked with the office staff and said while there was a possibility of the girl getting something it was highly, highly unlikely.