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Am i at risk?

Hi, like many of those writing here, i'm feeling realy anxious right now. I have been to an erotic massage parlour today, so i have took a hot tub for about an hour with a girl, then after, she massaged me and gave me a handjob, while doing it with one hand she touched /rubbed her vagina with the other, looking at her i saw a clear liquid dripping from her vagina to my elbow, I asked her what it was and she was not sure, she told me it could be water from the spa stocked inside and now dripping or vaginal fluid or oil or a mix of it all...then she took it out with a towel , washed her hands and we continued the massage, also, we kissed à little, not deep, no tonge just lips on lips....so with all of this, i am anxious and scared i could get an std.
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3191940 tn?1717500602
The only risks for HIV in adults are:
1) Having unprotected (no condom) penetrative anal or vaginal sex, OR
2) Sharing IV drug equipment with other IV drug users.

Women produce about a tablespoon of vaginal fluid in a 24 hour day. Women do not "drip" vaginal fluid as you imagined.

In any case, read the ONLY risks for HIV that I listed, and realize that you did not do any of those activities and were not at risk for HIV.

There is no risk for STDs either.  "STD" means "sexually transmitted disease." Handjobs are not sex. Kissing is not sex. Touching, even with fluids present, is not sex.
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