Avatar universal

Question Regarding STD/STI from Massage Parlor

I have a question regarding what type of risk I may have had during this encounter. I received a hand release to ejaculation at the end of a massage. The person was clothed and had a mask on for COVID protection. I felt a bit guilty after. The place appeared clean and the attendants hands at did not appear to have lesions from what i could see. My concern is I imagine they massage people all day and most with a "happy ending" Should I go for STD testing as a result of this encounter.
If any risk during this encounter what should I be worried about.   Thank  you in advance for reading my post.
1 Responses
Sort by: Helpful Oldest Newest
207091 tn?1337709493
STDS do not transmit from hand jobs. You had no risk from this at all, and have no need for testing.
Helpful - 2
Thanks for the reply, I asked and its probably coincidence that I had an ingrown hair that led me to believe it could be HSV start which I already have HSV2 so not so much the concern more so like HPV. Also the head of my penis appeared to have like a minor sign of balanitis but could be cause of the friction... Thanks
Balanitis isn't considered an STD.

Again, hand jobs are no risk for STDs. Ingrown hairs aren't related to STDs, either. Also, remember that guilt doesn't equal risk.
lol.. I hear you.. Thanks for the reply
Being guilty after a massage has no medical grounds. Having one's naughty bits massaged doesn't mean an increased STI risk.
In China and Japan "happy ending" massage services are extremely popular and millions of people enjoy them every day. That never made STI rates sky-rocket.
Relax, visiting Asian massage parlors does not equal getting STIs.
Have an Answer?

You are reading content posted in the STDs / STIs Community

Didn't find the answer you were looking for?
Ask a question
Popular Resources
Herpes spreads by oral, vaginal and anal sex.
Herpes sores blister, then burst, scab and heal.
STIs are the most common cause of genital sores.
Millions of people are diagnosed with STDs in the U.S. each year.
STDs can't be transmitted by casual contact, like hugging or touching.
Syphilis is an STD that is transmitted by oral, genital and anal sex.