Welcome to our Forum. I'll be happy to comment on the exposure that you describe but I will not look at the picture have posted. As a matter of policy, we do not comment on photos on this site- we have learned that pictures are all too often misinterpreted or are misleading.
The exposures you describe are no associated with any known risk for acquisition of any STIs. Most commercial sex workers do not have STIs. Even if your masseuse did, neither receipt of masturbation, touching a partners genitals nor transfer of genial secretions from person to person on someone's hands lead to STI transmission,
It is my suspicion that the symptoms you describe are due to your looking for any sign of infection that might be present. When we focus on sensations we tend to become aware of symptoms that we would not normally notice.
Please do not worry about this event. it did not put you are risk for any STI. EWH
I really appreciate the informative and prompt response but is there anyway you could just look at the image and reassure me? The most troubling aspect is this bump I have noticed
As i said, our policy is not to look at pictures. It would not serve you well or be appropriate for me. if you wish to know, I suggest you ask you doctor what it might be. EWH
Just a quick question here: When I pee the first bit of the urine that hits the bowl seems extra yellow (it seems like its extra heavy and kind of floats through the water and sinks to the bottom) and the rest of my urine that follows doesn't seem to be that way. Is this related in anyway?
while I am not familiar with the sort of urine changes you describe, I cannot imagine it being associated with an STI of any sort. EWH