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Risk of STD from touching stripper's vagina and masturbating 10 minutes later

A few weeks ago, against my better judgement, I went to a strip club and received four lap dances from the same dancer. During these lap dances, my hand touched her vagina. She was wearing underwear, but it was very thin and narrow so it did not cover much. There was enough touching that I had the 'vagina' smell on my hands afterward. Afterward, I went back to my hotel room and masturbated to completion without washing my hands. I checked and about 10 minutes had passed between the last lap dance ending and when I started masturbating. I touched several surfaces in between and used lotion to masturbate. What is my risk of exposure to Chlamydia, Gonnorhea, and Trich?

I have been feeling tingling on my glans but I think it may be from new harsh soap I started using combined with anxiety. No discharge or testicle pain.
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Hello. You didn't have a risk for any std from this experience. You touched her through her underwear and understand that you may still have gotten vaginal fluid on your fingers and then masterbated but you will not get any std's that way. You don't get std's from hand jobs and especially one given to yourself. :>) You didn't have any risk from anything on your fingers.
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Thank you very much for your reply. So, there is no risk of Chlamydia or Gonnorhea even if a significant quantity of vaginal fluid got on my hands? They were certainly dry by the time I masturbated 10 minutes later.

Would you recommend getting tested? I don't want to infect my girlfriend.
STDs are NOT transmitted by hands, no matter what the hands have on them.

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