I have concerns on an possible exposure to Hepatitis B.
I recently returned from Thailand where I had an encounter with a sex worker. She performed oral on me with a condom once and I ejaculated. We then mutually masturbated each other about four times (no condom, I ejaculated each time) and dry humped once (no condom, I ejaculated), we did not have penetrative intercourse. My concern is that vaginal fluids transferred from her hands and mine to my penis during the masturbation/ejaculation. There was also some deep kissing.
Is there a risk of contracting hepatitis B?
I have not had a vacination for hepatitis and since the encounter, 7 days ago, i have developed itching all over my body.
only tests can say, these are fast tests same day delivery:
if these are negative go for hbv vaccine immediately.dont worry about getting hbv cronic, if you are not drug addicted, unhealthy habits or immune suppressive drugs/steroids your immune system is not damaged and chances to clear hbv are close to 100%, it is said 95% adults with competent immune system (not damaged) clear hbv but there are no clear studies on these percentages so it may be even more
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