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I had an erotic massage a week ago where the girl giving me the massage was completely naked. I touched her body and got close to her genial without penetration. At the end of the of the massage she gave me a hand job. I started worrying about this encounter as I had a cut on my finger and saw some red scratches on her body while I was touching her. I talked to a medical advisor about getting HIV from this encounter and she told me that I was at NO risk of HIV. However, I have been reading about Herpes that it is easier to catch than other STDs and I am getting really worried about getting infected by the hand job and/or through the scratch/cut on both my hands and her body.
I would appreciate any feedback from any of health professional in this forum.....
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