1- one year ago i had an encounter with 2 russian girls, they were totally naked, and i was fully clothed. As i remember i have masturbated one of them. is this a risk
2- 5 months ago i had 3 encounters with different massage girls, non included penetration, 1 hand job without a condom, another mammary sex without a condom" she was wearing her underwear', one body to body massage she was wearing her underwear and i was wearing a condom.
3- 2 months ago i went to a Thai massage place were i had a hand job without a condom, and she massaged my butt with her fingers sometimes touching the inside of my anus, when i went back to my hotel room and used the bathroom i noticed some blood on the toilet paper. is there a risk that her hands could have the slightest of blood and came in contact with my blood.
4- i had a massage with Philippina lady, she was fully clothed, and she gave me a hand job, she wanted to suck my penis, but i refused " i think some saliva came in contact with my pre cum.
the reason i am asking this is the following:
1- my partner developed an eye ulcer, she is a contact lens wearer, but read that this could be an immune system deficiency as well
2- 3 days ago i was checking on scrotum, and noticed a boil like thing on it, and puss coming out of it .
3- yesterday i had a pink eye, and had white stringy discharge out of it. i read that Conjunctivitis could be related to an STD.
Symptoms are never good when you do a self diagnosis of HIV especially if your not a doctor. You did not have exchange of fluids (Blood) from what you describe. If you are so worried get tested for free at www.hivtest.org and get it over with. Try not going to those places in the future if you can.
Thank you all for the kind responses.....i think all of you are doing a wonderful job.. my special admiration to all....people who take the time to help others are genuine people, and kind. I think the world needs more of you guys.
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