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STI from handjob with Spit as lube

I had skin cut from shaving on penis. Later in afternoon girl spit on my penis while giving handjob. What are chances of having STI from this encounter? Girl had multiple partners in past but claims she has been clean and showed basic std panel results done week back. She used to be very careless wit sexual health in past .

I am so anxious about this. Since yesterday I have been feeling low grade pain in penis (similar to having UTI).
IS tis just my anxiety or do I have STI ?  
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It's your anxiety.

Spit as lube doesn't transmit anything, and handjobs are no risk.

Also, she showed you her results, which are negative.

When was the last time you tested? Did you show her the same respect she showed you and provide her with negative test results?
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Thanks for answering main question  

Also there is no reason to go overboard with rest of comment about "respect". I was tested 3 weeks back and yes we did share results. Not sure if that was even my question.  
Since you brought up her past twice, which as far as STDs go, is negated by negative test results, it definitely seemed as if you felt some way about that, or about her, because of that.

You're both negative. That's all that matters now, as far as STDs are concerned.
I mentioned her past behavior because I do not know how much I should trust her 2 week old test results. She may not be truthful about any sexual activity in past couple of weeks.
Regardless, it's clear that you weren't at risk for any STDs. Best wishes!

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