As you were told by joggen on the HIV community forum: "You were not at risk for HIV or any other STD from receiving a handjob or your other contacts with the stripper. Mutual masturbation is no risk and saliva and sweat are non-infectious. And if there were a cut present on either if you it wouldn't make a bit of difference: still no risk. You do not need testing."
That is exactly correct. You also could have reviewed innumerable threads on this forum where we have said that HIV has never been known to be transmitted by hand-genital contact. Aside from intercourse, HIV is not sexually transmitted, and safe sex means not putting a bare penis inside someone's vagina, rectum, or mouth. That's all there is to it. As for other STDs, theoretically HPV or herpes could be transmitted in this way. But those risks also are too low to worry about.
The direct answers to your questions are: 1,2,3,5) No. 4) Not applicable. 6) Since you could not have caught anything, there is no risk to your wife.
I will finish by repeating the second part of joggen's reply on the other forum: "...please do not post 'what if/even if' follow-up questions or repeat details in your post that we've already read. The answer will not change...."
I said no "yes but" follow-up questions and I meant it. Since it is not possible you caught HIV, it is not possible your hand rash is due to HIV. Any HIV doesn't cause localized rash on the hands anyway.
It was an abuse of your MedHelp priviledges to post the same question both here and on the STD forum. I deleted the other one. Don't do it again.
This thread is over.
No STD causes rash on the hand. Almost certainly your rash has nothing to do with the strip club events. See a health care provider if it persists or you remain concerned.
Please answer this question, I an worried because of my rash. Your one reply will save me.
Thank you doctor. I took joggen reply very seriously. Thanks to him also. But today I was reading about ARS and find out that about rash. I am also having it. So, I became to much worried. I could not stop myself to post this question. Anyway thanks for your help.
Could you please tell me little more about HPV or herpes. Any symtoms and what happens.
During the whole dance I did not touched her vegina and no other lubricnet is used.. She also did not touched herr vegina...
Sorry Doctor. I am really sorry. I just wanted to tell you that I belived joggen and you both. I am very happy both of you answered my question.