hi, a few days agoi had a fight with my wife and as a result of that, i wanted to blow some steam of so yesterday i went to a massage place. during the time i was there, one girl massaged my body, back, legs and chest and at the end she masturbated me in order to finish. during this session, i licked her nipples, neck, massaged her clitoris and also inserted a finger for a minute or two. when i was inserting my finger in her vagina she asked me not to do that, so after a few seconds i withdrew my finger and massaged her ***** which was quite wet. This is all that happened, no sexual intercourse(penetration) took place, no blowjob, and no french kissing. Am i at risk for HIV or any other serious STD? should i get tested. please replyto me as soon as you can, i am very stressed that i might got something and pass it on to my wife.
thank you and sorry for behaving like this and being such an ******* to my wife. thank you.
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