I received an erotic massage which involved fully naked body rub on my back and front.
She had rubbing her vaginal area against my body, so close to my penis that I felt her public hair around it a couple of times. I worry that my penis may have been in contact with her vagina. There was no penetration (ie full intercourse) involved.
Am I at risk of any STD from this encounter? I have searched here and there are threads where people are reassured, however this seems to involve either the poster or their partner wearing an item of clothing.
It was an erotic massage parlour in Australia, the "masseuse" was a Czech girl in her early 20's on a backpacker visa.
Thanks. Is as the doctor says here:
Immediately after I felt a slight tingling type situation around my testicles, and noticed in the shower yesterday (still within 24 hours of this) that my testicles sack seemed red. I am not sure if this is normal or not, due to the variations in skin tightness that occurs there. Do you agree that this is not worth worrying about? And is within 24 hours too soon for anything anyway?
you can't wash std's off the skin - they are transmitted during the skin on skin contact, they don't lay on the skin to work their way into the body over time.
this is very low risk and not any real reason for any worry. should you ever decide to participate in this type of activity again, make sure your underwear stay on or hers do ( a thong is not underwear ) just to save you worry!
I hate to drag this up, but 16 days after this (on Monday) I started to come down with a bad head cold, including a sore throat on Monday and since then congested head, blocked nose, yellow phlegm and the general unwell feeling of having a cold. Would this be a worry?
NB it is coming into winter here now.
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