Hi, I am a male. I recently went to a strip club with my friends. I had a private lab dance with my pants off, but i had my boxer on. the lab dance lasted for 15 minutes. She was grinding on me the whole time. The girl was also naked . I assume that this is no risk for hiv or any other stds after reading on other forums. My questions was: Can i contract herpes from that ? Do i need to get tested for herpes? Also, can i resume having sex with my girlfriend with no risk to her? Can you also explain to me why i can or can not contract herpes from that incident to educate myself on how herpes transmit?
Thank you very much
If you had your boxers on the entire time, I see no risk for you getting herpes. Period. Herpes requires skin to skin contact for transmission and you didn't have that. I would NOT suggest that you get tested for herpes due to this contact. There was a fabric barrier between you and the lap dancer..
Thank you for your response. I have another question : does herpes only affect the genital and the mouth or can it transmit on other parts of the body such as stomach, thighs, legs if they come in contact with the infected person genitals?
Thank you for your response. I have another question : does herpes only affect the genital and the mouth or can it transmit on other parts of the body such as stomach, thighs, legs if they come in contact with the infected person genitals? because i was worried i might have contracted it on m thighs since they were not fully covered by my underwear. Also, Can i be 100% sure that i didn't contract herpes or any other STDS from that contact and resume having sex with my girlfriend, just for peace of mind?
Thank you very much
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