Welcome to the Forum. I will be pleased to comment, reinforcing what the woman at the testing company has already told you. the events you describe did not put you at any meaningful risk for any STI, including HIV. STIs are not transmitted through condom protected sex, mutual masturbation, or other forms of touching of the sort you describe. In addition, most commercial sex workers do not have STIs.
There is really no medical need for testing of any sort and I would not recommend testing. If you need to test for your own peace of mind, the most common STIs are gonorrhea and chlamydia and these can be detected any time more than 2-3 days after contact using a urine test. Blood tests are not needed and if you choose to have blood tests, please do not get a blood test for herpes, the tests are more often misleading than not in situations such as yours. EWH
Thank you so much for your quick reply you have helped reduce my anxiety level considerably. The comment you made about not getting tested for Herpes makes me curious. Why would a test for Herpes be misleading. I do not think I will end up getting blood tests based on your recommendations, but was curious as to why in a situation like this a Herpes test might be misleading. Again, that you so much for your time.
Herpes blood tests have a substantial false positive rate and in persons at very low risk such as yourself you are more likely to have a false positve test than to diagnose herpes you did not know you had.
Take care. EWH