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hand job and breast sucking

Hello Doc,
               I had two strip bar episodes which have been bothering me for the past 10 days. On 30th Dec, a stripper gave me a hand job. During hand job, I sucked her breast and nipples. On 2nd Jan, Same stripper put my penis between her breast and masturbate. Am i at risk from these incidents?
Can I get HIV from Hand Job?
Can I get HIV from licking/sucking breast? I had chapped lips. I also have gum bleeding problem but i didn't swallow any fluid.When i touched her nipples, they were dry but not wet. Her breasts were clear without any rash or cut.
Can i get HIV from jerking off by putting my penis between her breast?
Is there any documented case for the above incidents

I took HIV rapid test yesterday and it came out negative.

Your advice is highly appreciated.

Thanks,
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239123 tn?1267651214
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HIV is an STD, and STDs are not transmitted by hand jobs or mouth-breast contact, or by contact of the penis with skin anywhere on the body except the vagina, rectum and, rarely, mouth.  Chapped lips or bleeing gums make no difference.  There was no risk whatsoever, even if the stripper had HIV -- whichi probably she did not.  You did not need testing.  You certainly don't need any further STD testing except possibly for emotional support, if you remain fearful despite this reassurance.

Regards-- HHH, MD
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