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Herpes from receiving handjob

Hi experts. Need an analysis of the following situation.

I went to 2 different masseuses in the past 2 weeks.

During week 1, the masseuse massaged me while only wearing panties and gave me a handjob thereafter. I did rub her vagina while she was giving me the handjob but did not touch any parts of my body until I washed my hands with soap.

During week 2, I visited a second masseuse (visited her twice prior to this visit but no problems arose). This masseuse was fully nude. The session started with a handjob and I fingered her. After I ejaculated, I wiped my fingers with a tissue and she washed her hands and proceeded with the massage. I caressed her boobs here and there and she did something called a boob massage where she rubbed her boobs all over my body including my penis. Someone told me this may result in cross contamination.

Around 12-14 hours after the second massage, I noticed two spots on the underside of my penis. They are near the frenulum but they did not itch. I only noticed it when I was showering. Here are my questions:

1) What are the risks of getting herpes from the above events?

2) Is it possible for herpes symptoms to appear after a mere 12-14 hours? How long does it usually take?

3) I'm pretty sure I am not at risk of other STDs but correct me if I'm wrong.
3 Responses
3149845 tn?1506627771
hi.
1. you had zero risk with the handjobs and about as close to zero as you could get with the boob job. I say this because the breasts are still part of the upper ganglion but its not a common place for herpes to appear or shed. really nothing to be concerned about at all.

2. no std symptoms appear the next day.
3. your correct.
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Hi Life.

Thanks for your reply. Regarding the boob job, a forummer from another forum told me this: When i fingered her, the virus latched onto my fingers and when I touched her boobs, the virus latched onto her boobs. That's how the virus got on my penis.

Is this likely?
3149845 tn?1506627771
That silly
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