i received a lap dance 3 weeks ago. the lap dance lasted approx 5 minutes in which the following occurred: i was fully clothed, the stripper wore panties and was topless. she grinded on me and i touched and held her torso, thighs, and butt as she did. am i at risk for any STDs or STIs? i am most concerned about herpes and scabies and extremely worried. please help!
but i keep reading that herpes is transmitted by skin to skin contact. can you elaborate on that, please? since i was touching her doesn't this mean i could have contracted it that way? i have developed a painful, burning sensation in my penis that has lasted for 2 days. this is 25 days after the lap dance. i am so scared. can you please elaborate on skin to skin contact. thank you so much.
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