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Risk of STI from masseuse?

Received a nude body to body massage 4 days ago. She rubbed herself up and down my body with some oil but avoided touching genitals. Ended with handjob/rubbing her vagina. Have since had a bit of an itch in my urethra and slight burn when passing urine. How concerned should I be of an STD? STI? Could this be a UTI? As I did not go to the bathroom after the massage for some time.
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What does "rubbing her vagina" mean? Was that with your penis, your hand, or some other scenario?

If you totally avoided your genitals touching her genitals, or her mouth touching your genitals, then there was no risk for an STD. It's possible that the oil got into your urethra and that's causing irritation or an infection, either urethritis or a UTI.

Handjobs do not transmit STDs. Even if she touched her vagina and then touched you, there is no risk. Hands do not transmit STDs.

If it's not better in a couple of days, see your doctor for urine testing. They can easily check in office to see if you have white blood cells in your urine. In the meantime, drink plenty of water and avoid caffeine and alcohol. Those are very irritating to the bladder, which in turn irritate the urethra.
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Responding to the question you asked.. I rubbed her clit while she finished me off with her hand.. her nude body rubbed up on my nude body.. if our genitals touched at all it was very very brief
Thanks for your answer as well, been a nervous wreck
A very brief touch won't transmit anything.

For STDs like gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV, and NGU, penetration needs to occur. In theory, a few seconds of penetration could transmit, but in reality, it takes more time, friction and force for germs to enter your urethra.

For STDs like herpes, HPV, and syphilis that transmit by direct skin to skin contact, those require some decent friction. A brief touch isn't going to do that.

If anything is going on related to this encounter, I'd say it's the oil.
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