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Massage STD risk


I’m from China, a sex worker gave me a massage this afternoon
I touched her breasts with my hands, and she masturbated my genitals with her hands(unprotected,
But use lubricating oil)
I am now worried that I will get STDs, such as syphilis, HPV, and herpes
Is it possible for me to get an STD
I don’t know if she has syphilis on her hand. The Chinese doctor said that she might also have HPV and syphilis virus on her hand, which made me very anxious.
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No risk at all.
20620809 tn?1504362969
You describe basically that you touched her breast and she gave you a handjob.  You didn't risk std's from this exposure so no need to worry or test.  
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Thanks for your answers  
What you mean is that hand contact with the genitals does not transmit STDs.
Can i understand this way。
Avatar universal
Thanks for your answers  
What you mean is that hand contact with the genitals does not transmit STDs.
Can i understand this way。
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As a whole bacteria and virus are weak organisms and do not live for long outside of a host. In regards to STIs, the host would be the genital region , anal region or throat area and more specifically the mucous membrane of these region (for most of the bugs).

With STIs as soon as they are outside of the host (like your hand) they are so weak they die. They need to have the perfect environment to live in.

I am worried that she has secretions from the last guest on her hands

Does this residue cause STDs?

I am more worried about syphilis and HPV

I mean I didn’t check her hands for syphilis sores or chancre Or she is a patient with invisible syphilis

This makes me very worried
Have we not covered this already?

You get STDs from oral sex, vaginal sex and anal sex.

Stop seeing sex workers. Your anxiety can not handle it.
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