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This is a little embarassing... a little less than a week ago I went to a massage parlor. At the end I received a 'manual release'. It is about 4-5 days later and I am experiencing itchy skin at random parts of my body (back, forehead, arm, eyelid, eyebrow, etc). The itching is not bad, but I am definately itching more than I usually do. I have very mild uretheral burning as well. I am freaking out that I may have herpes (or something of the like).
Also, what kind also freaks me out is that, during the table shower, the masseuse used a wash cloth and cleaned my face (including rubbing my eyes).
Anyone have any ideas?
Thanks in advance for all of your help!
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