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About a week ago I had a foolish encounter with a sex worker in Asia and am now very worried that I may have contracted HSV-2. Can anybody ***** my risk for me?
During this encounter...
-I very briefly touched her vagina
-she rubbed her chest against mine at which point our genitals were lined up and lightly touching for about 30 seconds
-she performed oral sex on me while I was wearing a condom
- she moved into a 9 position and her vagina touched my chin and neck for about 30 seconds.
At this point we finished and I left. Quickly washed my hands and face, then went to my hotel and showered.
Am I at a reasonable risk of contracting HSV-2 or am I becoming anxious without cause.
Thank you for any advice.
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