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Fingered in the Anus during Massage


My activities are strictly limited to receiving handjobs or prostate massage and do not involve any anal, vaginal or oral sex. Last month when I was receiving a handjob she uses cream as lubrication, the masseuse sticks her index finger into my anus, she did that 3 to 4 times during the massage with the fingering lasting about 15 seconds each, she also did mild twiring action with her fingers.

When I reached home after the massage I was wiping the stickiness caused by the cream I observed mild blood spots twice after which I could not see any spots.

The next day I visited the massage place to check her finger for cuts and I could see that she had a hang nail and the skin near her nail was chapped and rough, there was also some skin peeling near her nails. I also observed the mark of a healed cut about 2 mm long on the finger.

I have checked immediately with two of my Doctor friends (a general surgeon & a urologist) over the phone about this situation and whether I should take PEP. They both said I don't need to worry about this situation as there is no risk and that I don't need to take PEP.

I had left worrying about this situation. However on the 28th day of the incident, I came down with a fever which lasted about 3 days immediately after the fever left I rashes on my stomach and hands which cleared in one and two days respectively. This has caused me great worry. Please let me know if I had any risk and whether I need to test.
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3191940 tn?1447268717
The only risks for HIV in adults are:
1) Having unprotected anal or vaginal sex, or
2) sharing intravenous needles with IV drug users.

You cannot get HIV from anyone's hands or fingers - not your hands/fingers, not anyone else's hands/fingers, even if those hands/fingers have cuts or scrapes on them.

You had ZERO RISK for HIV or any STDs.  There is no information you could add to this event that would make it a risk for HIV. You don't need to test for anything. If you are having medical issues, see your doctor for diagnosis of your non-HIV related symptoms.
Thank you so much, you have my gratitude. I was getting worried thinking about the masseuse's chapped skin near her finger nails and the peeled skin on her finger. Thank you for giving me clarity in this matter.
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