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hiv/std's from a masseuse hand job

Hi dr,
Apologies for trouble caused ahead of my question.
I am a virgin and went to a registered life coach who was a massage therapist as well. I was naked and after a body massage with aroma oil, the therapist massaged only my scrotum,penis (there was no anal contact) with aroma oil slicked hands. Inevitably I did climax and ejaculated on my chest and the therapist hands. I did ask the therapist if it was safe and the response I got was,
-the therapist assured me there were no cuts on the hands at all
-the massage oil acts a barrier between the hands and my skin.
-the therapist assured me that she was clean and in a comitted relationship.

Futhermore the therapist was completely clothed and not other contact apart from mentioned above occured.please advise if I am at risk to gettin stds or hiv as a result? And if I am stressing for nothing? I've never had sexual intercourse before.

Thank you so much.
A prompt response will be highly appreciated.
J
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186166 tn?1385259382
you had NO risk and do NOT need testing.

hiv is transmitted through...
unprotected vaginal / anal intercourse
sharing iv drug works
mother to child
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Hi thanks for response. Much appreciated. What about stds?
186166 tn?1385259382
hhuummm...and where do you think this std would come from?
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