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STD/HIV masterbation and bleeding ear.

Hello doctors and everyone.

Thanks a lot for your help that you provide here.

I previously asked questions on the HIV community and thanks to mike he helped me a lot understand that i was at no risk of hiv or other stds for my eye exposure to someone elses semen.

I still have 2 questions about stds/hiv if someone can please help me out. I guess i am a bit too worried because this is my first sexual experience.

For the past 3 days ive been going to a gay sauna (gay bath house). Can someone please tell me what my STD/HIV risks are from the following:

1) i did mutual masterbation with 5 different guys at different times (there was no genital to genital contact just hand to genital). During the mutual masterbation there was semen or precum involved( both our precum together). So i used the same hand to masterbate my self and the other person and so did he, he used the same hand to touch his penis and mine along with semen/precum being involved. Can i know what are my risks for any STDs ? (Especially herpes, hpv, syphillis). Any difference if it took place in a jacuzzi ?

2) A guy sucked my earlobe and my earlobe was already bleeding a bit (my earlobe always bleeds due to some allergie rash). Was i at any risk for any std or hiv ? I mean what if his mouth or tounge was bleeding and our bloods mixed together (my earlobe and his mouth), any STD or hiv ?

Thanks a lot for your help, i really need it, i knew that my first sexual experience will put me in a lot of worries.
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Please someone answer me when possible im starting to get really scared.
Thanks alot.
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I wouldn't worry about the ear lobe  thing at all, nothing in that. And mutual masturbation is extremely low risk, if any at all. You certainly don't get HIV that way.  Theoretically there is a risk for skin to skin infections such as herpes or syphilis but without an obvious sore this is highly unlikely.  I really think you've got nothing to worry about.
Try to stay calm
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Totally agree. There's no risk for anything here.

Mutual masturbation is never a risk, and I'm including some links for you at the end that explain why. Earlobe sucking is also never a risk, but you might want to get that allergic thing checked out. It's not an STD, or even related to it - no STD causes anything on the ears - but if it's recurring, you should get it checked.

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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