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Pimples on forehead, body and itchy skin- risks for stds

Hello Doctor,

On Aug 23,2023 I visited an Asian massage parlor where the lady gave me a nude body massage with a protected blow job. She has rubbed my body with her genetals on the back, her vagina might have touched the base of my penis and balls/testicles. Also when she covered my penis with she kept the condom in her mouth for a second before she actually covered it. We didn’t have intercourse only had blow job and my penis is covered during all the time of rubbing and blow job. The massager sucked my nipples and balls with her tounge for some time.
After this incident 2 to 3 weeks later, suddenly small pimples are shown up on my forehead on various parts body, I feel itchy on hands, chest, legs and stomach. They are like mosquito bites with white liquid. Am I at risk, did I receive any stds? What is the risk for hiv because of this exposure?

Please help me with the answers. Also what all the tests I need to take, if I am at risk please suggest.

Thank you
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No STD gives you pimples on your face.

Receiving protected oral sex is very, very low risk, and there is only a minor risk for syphilis and genital herpes type 1 (if you don't already have that orally).

I don't know what's causing your pimples, but it isn't an STD.
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Along with the pimples on face, scalp is also itching and arms and legs too. So worried and  scared.. do I need to take test for syphilis and herps. Also is the encounter that I described has hiv risk? Should I take test for hiv,could  you confirm.
You cannot get HIV from receiving oral sex. The only risks for HIV in adults are:
1) Having unprotected anal or vaginal sex, or
2) sharing intravenous needles with IV drug users.

No test needed for HIV.
None of those are symptoms for an STD. It might be anxiety, but see your doctor to find a cause.
Sorry to bother you again. Do I need to get test for syphilis and herps pls answer. What could be the reason for the issue ì described earlier?
Your symptoms are not related to an STD. I don't know what is causing those. You need to see your doctor to find out.

I see no reason to test for anything, but if it will make you feel better, test for syphilis. There are too many false positives for herpes - only test if you have symptoms.
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