Day before yesterday I went for massage by a lady massues. She gave me a full body oil massage including on my buttocks. She repeatedly massaged by anus as well. At the end she gave me a handjob and I ejaculated which she cleaned with a tissue paper. I also licked and lightly sucked her breasts (she was fully clothed waist down). When i returned home i suddenly got paranoid about contracting HIV. I have a cavity in one of my molars which bleeds occasionally. When i checked for bleeding on the tooth i noticed that it was bleeding. Am i at risk of contracting HIV? I did not french kiss the massues, just a peck on lips and cheek. As far as i remember her breasts were dry with no secretions. I am very scared and cannot get it out of my mind. Please advise.
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