Welcome to the Forum. Your masseuse sounds like a busy woman. Even so, there is no risk for HIV from the exposure you describe. HIV is not transmitted by masturbation, even if a partner's genital secretions get on you or even if your partner has recently masturbated another person and transfers some of their genital secretions from that person to you. HIV is a fragile virus which does not survive in the open air and STIs are not transferred from person to person on people's hands.
In answer to your specific questions:
1) if infected semen was left on her hands, could it be transferred to me as she massaged the very opening of my penis and also my anus?
See above. This is not a concern.
2) if she herself is infected and her hands had cuts/sores, would it be transferred to me in the abovementioned way?
No, even the presences of cuts or sores on her hands would to put you at risk.
3) can the hiv virus be tranferred from the semen/herself onto me through any cuts on my penis/anus?
In summary, there is no risk to you of HIV form the exposure you have described. No need to worry and no medical reason for testing. Take care. EWH
hi dr, thanks for answering my qn..i was worried as this was my first time doing such a thing and I am also not a very sexually active person. Thanks for putting my mind at ease. Another qn though, suppose that there is HIV virus on my hands, if i rubbed my eyes or nose, theoratically, could the virus be transmitted to me?
No risk form rubbing your nose or eyes, even if there were vaginal secretions on them, either. EWH
Hi Dr, thanks for your quick reply. I still get the uneasy feeling that somehow I am at risk..the main reason why I am so concerned is because the masseuse massaged the very tip of my urethra, I am afraid that there might be some virus transfer into my urethra through the massage either from her or the semen from previous customer if either of them were infected.
Dr, I am sorry if I sound paranoid, but I just need your professional reassurance of this matter. thank you
This is not a realistic concern. As I said before, this was a no risk event. EWH
Hi Dr, it has been more than a week since I visited the massage parlour, i now have a sore throat, runny nose and ulcer in my mouth. Is it a sign of early infection?
I repeat, there was no risk for HIV from the events you describe. It sounds like you have a cold, unrelated to the event you ahve described. EWH