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Do I have risk of HIV infection?

I'm a 47 year old Indian male. I was with a Sex Worker in Thailand. I didn't had any penetrative or oral sex. We both were nude. She massaged me. During massage, She sat on my genital area for about a minute. I was wearing condom for safety. Then she sat on my stomach for about a minute. On my inner thighs and stomach I was having fungal infection like Jock's itch. Then she licked all over my upper Torso and sucked/licked my nipples for about 10 minutes. She planted a kiss on my Chin. This incident happened on 09.12.19 Night. On 8th day 17.12.19 evening I felt a Sore Throat with a white pimple like thing on the Tonsil but not so severe. I was able to eat. While drinking normal water little pain was there. Anal itching was there. Felt slight rise in temperature but I don't think it's fever. It might be due to chill weather outside. On 20.12.19 Night it got cleared. 2nd incident I got sneezing, runny nose, stuffed nose and head tightness on 01.01.2020. Runny Nose and sneezing went off on 03.01.2020.  Head tightness also reduced. On 06.01.2020 everything gor cleared. Please assess my risk of getting infected by HIV or other STIs. Can HIV pass through the skin with Jock's itch ? Are my symptoms due to ARS?
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You've probably read here what the risks for HIV transmission are. The risks for HIV are to have unprotected vaginal or anal penetrating sex or sharing IV drug needles.  Your exposure was in no way a risk.  Air inactivates the virus.  Her sitting on your genitals is not going to be a means of transmission.  You do not need to test or worry about this.
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