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Strip club handjob, penis head was licked and sucked. Herpes?

I am a 37 year old male. 8 weeks ago I visited a nude strip club.  It was dark and I did not see the dancer's face too well to notice any sores or lessions.  She gave me several lap dances with lots of grinding my groin while I wore khaki pants and boxers, no exposed penis to her body.  I did finger her vagina for a few seconds with one finger which she would lick off my finger afterwards .  A few minutes later,  she then offered a handjob that I agreed to.  She removed my penis from my pants through the fly, i do not belive my testicles were exposed.  She began a quick handjob lasting 3-5 minutes, there was no condom involved.  She did lean down and lick the head of my penis once or twice and even sucked the head of my penis for a few seconds, i guess to provide lubrication.  I warned her I was about to ejaculate and she then stood up and danced a few feet from me while I masterbated myself to ejaculating into a napkin.  I quickly left the club in a panik, freaking out at what I just had allowed to happen.  Within 10 minutes of leaving the club (15 minutes or so after the handjob), i washed my genitals with lots or soap and water.  I got tested at 6 weeks after the exposure (testing was done 2 weeks ago from today) for nearly every std including hiv, herpes 1 and 2, hepatitis a/b/c, ghonorhea, clamydia, and syphilus.  All of which can me back negative.  I think I am alright on most fronts, but herpes has me freaked out.  I have not had any symptoms that I can confirm in/around my genetals and I never had contact with my mouth and her body though I cannot remember if her breast may have brushed my lips.  I have numerous "phantom" symptoms, i imagine due to anxiety.  Can the rubbing/grinding while clothed compound any potential exposure? Can the few seconds of licking or sucking of my penis head expose me to herpes, such as hsv1?  I have heard herpes needs to be "massaged" in so would the handjob be sufficient to massage it in?  I am so concerned and incredibly anxious ....
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15249123 tn?1478652475
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You had a very low to none risk event. The odds of contracting any std from a few licks and the mouth sucking the head for a few seconds is slim to none. It's so low that it doesn't warrant much concern at all. If you did contract hsv1 you would most assuredly have had a very noticeable primary outbreak 3-10 days after exposure. Giving all the facts here, hsv is from this exposure is beyond a long shot. I believe you came out of this the same way you went in.
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Thank you for your quick response.  I hope i am in the clear for everything.  Is there anything i should be worrying about at all from this type of exposure?  I plan on getting tested at 12 weeks (3.5 weeks from now) for peace of mind.
I wouldn't worry at all. Getting tested is not needed but I do understand your anxiety.
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An update.  Just got a 9 week test done.  Negative (<0.90 Igg) for both hsv1 and hsv2.
15249123 tn?1478652475
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Great news!!! You can be very confident you are hsv free.
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just got my 12 week test results.   <0.9 for Igg for both hsv 1 and hsv2!  Thank goodness.  So, am I in the clear 100%, or is there a chance something may come up weeks/months/years later?
15249123 tn?1478652475
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Your in the clear. Congratulations!! Your 12 week negative test and the astronomically low chance in the first place.... move on and don't look back.
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