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Risk of std from body massage


I know there’ve been questions of this sirt before, but I want to ask about my specific situation.

I had a body massage a few weeks ago. I was naked and she had only her underwear on. She used oil and rubbed my penis and testicles with her breasts and hand at the end of the massage.

A fee weeks after the massage I have noticed a pimple that looks like a whitehead on my testicles. It was small, round and firm, and I was able to pop it, and it became flat and started to really heart and got infected.

I want to see a skin doctor that thought it’s probably nothing, but gave me an antibiotic lotion to rubb on it (which seems to make it desapear). He also sent me to do bood tests for stds but no answers yet. I’m terrified that I might have syphilis. Can such a massage and such a sore may indicate that it is syphilis?
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There is no risk from hands or breasts rubbing you.

Here are some posts from our experts (when we had them) that may help -





https://www.medhelp.org/posts/HIV---Prevention/Vaginal-fluid-on-hand-touched-inside-of-condom-and-head-of-penis/show/1119533 - read this thread thoroughly. There is an excellent explanation about why certain activities are not risks, and why others are.
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Thank you so much for this. I have read it all, but it talks about hand touching, and I’m more concerned about here rubbing her cheast over my penis and testicles.

Do you think that put me at any risk? Do you think the pimple I had is just a coincidence?
There is no risk from her rubbing her breasts and chest over your penis and testicles. Breasts and chests aren't infected with STDs, so she can't transmit from there.

I think the pimple is a coincidence.
Thank you so much for replying. It’s a guge help to deal with this aweful anxiety.
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