I know this has been covered before but my paranoid mine needs to be sure. Had an encounter with a CSW which involved the following activities. She masturbated herself as I watched then sat on my pelvis right above my pubic area with panties on which could potentially have her secretions on it while i masturbated. I had her wash her hands to give me a HJ but she touch herself again outside the panties right before starting the HJ. Since this was on Friday. Starting yesterday I've been feeling tingling sensation which is mostly on my calves and on the front of my legs below the knees which sometimes moves up to my buttock area and thighs. I was doing some work before the encounter which may have resulted in stratches or damages skin where she sat on me. Could tingling be from my anxiety over the encounter? Please let me know if this was a zero risk situation.
The activities that you are describe are NOT a risk for herpes. Period. If you have tingling it could be anxiety, yes. Do you know that you don't have herpes from any previous encounters? Because if you have herpes, it isn't because of this experience. It was completely safe.
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