Thirty days ago I visited a massage parlor while in Bangkok. I received a shower and then a oil massage. While on my back the massuse removed her clothes, rubbed oil on her own body and slid up and down on my body. During this manuver, I felt my partially erect penis touch her vaginal area, perhaps her vagina itself one time. She then proceeded to finish me with a hand release. She then gave me another shower some 3 minutes after the hand release. Should I be tested for HIV or STD's? I have not at this time had any symptons that would suggest STD's and I did take 1gr of Zithromax 6 days after the event as a precaution. I am obviously worried that because of her line of work and the fact that Thailand has a higher incidence of HIV than other parts of the world, that I am at serious risk. Thank you in advance for your response.
Your exposure is essentially masturbation and masturbation is not a risk for getting HIV. That there may have been some incidental contact of your penis with her vagina is likewise common (normal) as part of masturbation and does not change your risk - it is still no risk.
Taking 1.0g of azithromycin will prevent you from getting bacterial STDs. I do not recommend STD testing for you because of this exposure. EWH
Thank you very much for your prompt reply. I feel much better after reading your reassuring comments. Not being very savy about HIV and STD's I was terribly worried. Thanks again, you and this website provide a wonderful service.
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