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Body-to-body massage, STDs?

Hello all,
Like many others here, I am in rather deep despair. Although I have a girlfriend, I went to a body-to-body massage parlour. The masseuse rubbed her body over my body, using also her vagina (along my legs, etc.). I fingered her, mostly on the outside, but also briefly on the inside. Although our genitals did not touch (except perhaps incidentally very very briefly), I am very concerned about STDs. What are the risks? How long should I wait before having sex with my girlfriend? There was no oral, no visible sores, often a few seconds of digital penetration, but she certainly touched my penis after having been in contact with my finger that was inside of her (not immediately).
I would be very grateful for any advice/words from experience with this sort of thing. Has anyone here received an STD in this way?
Thank you!
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I feel for you. I've been through this moment of weakness as well.
All I can say is, don't google anything! Your anxiety would be causing you to think anything you may have already had on your body, might translate to some sort of STI.
I can't see you catching anything in this encounter, but I'll let someone more experienced to comment - grace or vance keep everyone sane on these forums with their expert assistance.
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Thank you, my friend. It feels better to hear from someone who has been through this. Although unfortunately, I have been doing extensive Googling. :(
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No risk
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Thank you Vance. Have you ever heard of an STD being based on in this way?
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You had no risk
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Thanks again! Your answer does make me feel a lot better.
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If anyone else has any input, I suppose I should mention that she was touching my penis with various parts of her body almost the whole time (not the genitals) and it ended with a "happy ending"  - that wasn't not particularly clear in the post.
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Our answer will still be the same. No risk.
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Thank you, Guilt! I am impressed with how quickly the community replies to comments here - it is very much appreciated!
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Nothing more we can tell you.
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Fair enough! Thanks again.
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