I received an erotic massage from an establishment in Sydney. The woman rubbed her breasts on my back and on my penis. I also touched the outside of her vagina and sucked her boobs. She also rubbed me till i came.
It has been a week after the incident and the only issues i have had is a pimple like lesion on my inner thigh.
Is it worth being tested for such STD's like syphillis which can be transmitted skin to skin? what are the chances of aquiring an std?
I have a partner whom i do not want to infect over silly mistake.
You needn't worry at all. STDs are not transmitted by hand-body contact or mouth contact with breasts or any other body parts except the genital area -- and even that is rare. This exposure carried no risk of any STD. If this is the only contact you are concerned about, you do not need testing and can safely continue unprotected sex with your regular partner.
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