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Worried about STD or HIV

Hi, I am very worried. I hired a stripper who was supposed to strip dance only but she came to the room and got me and herself undressed. She started rubbing her body over me and then she asked if I want to see her Vagina to which I said Yes. She used her hand to remove the her panty and then used her hand (I dont remember if it was left hand or the right hand) to spread the vaginal lips showing it to me. She didnt put her hand inside her vagina or anything (I didnt really notice but let's consider she did put her finger inside). Also, I couldnt see if she had a wet vagina or anything but it couldnt get wet so quickly.

After that without I could do anything about it. She put lotion on her hand and started giving me a hand job. I ejaculated in a few seconds. I asked her to leave right away and after that I am worried if she has HIV or any STD which could be transmitted from her fingers on her vaginal lips (maybe she had vaginal fluid on her tip of vagina lips) to my penis and my penis head which is most sensitive to such things was also exposed to her hands for a few seconds. This whole activity from start to end lasted for around 10 minutes and the vagina to ejaculation thing is around 2 minutes. I couldnt ask her to show me her hand. Maybe it has some sores (I am considering she has some STD etc as a worst case situation).

Should I be worried? She didnt ask anything about condom etc and my intention was not to do any sort of sex anyway. She looked healthy and I didnt see any sores etc on her skin.

I want to ask if I am at any risk of HIV or any STD due to this activity. I am very careful and I dont want to catch anything that is STD or HIV.
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You shouldn't be worried. Touching like this never transmits STDs.

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.

They are not all your exact situation, but they should help.

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