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Risk of exposure from body massage

Hi Medhelp,

I received an erotic massage from a masseuse and she gave me a handjob a few days back. However she had also fingered my anal area while providing the massage, which may have been slightly rough. I'm not sure if there were any cuts or abrasions in her finger but I did not notice any... and didn't see any bleeding/abrasions in my anal area as well. There was no other sexual contact apart from what is described. Am I at risk from anything and is testing required in this scenario? Especially with the part of her using her fingers? Thank you.
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Hi you had zero risk for any std from what you describe.
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Hi thanks for your response. But what about my chances of getting skin to skin to skin infections such as HPV, HSV and Syphilis (assuming that there was such an infection going on in her hands?). I noticed a small bump on my penile shaft and I am worried if it may be related to one of these symptoms.. How do I differentiate between a normal pimple or if it may related to one of these infections? I've heard that a syphilis chancre can also appear as a painless bump gone unnoticed. Thanks.
These infections require genital to genital contact, not just random skin to skin contact. She could have a syphilis rash on her hands, but she'd notice it, and it would be enough for her to go to the doctor.

A chancre sore looks nothing like a pimple.

Here are some posts from our experts (when we had them) that may help -





https://www.medhelp.org/posts/HIV---Prevention/Vaginal-fluid-on-hand-touched-inside-of-condom-and-head-of-penis/show/1119533 - read this thread thoroughly. There is an excellent explanation about why certain activities are not risks, and why others are.
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