Massage Parlor Experience Leads to Herpes Concerns — Unfounded? – STDs

Massage Parlor Experience Leads to Herpes Concerns -- Unfounded? - STDs

My guess is that your pimple is a pimple, and herpes doesn’t leave hard knots under the skin. Can i acquire HSV from such activities and what are my chances of getting HSV as i noticed that kissing can pass HSV. Im hoping HHH can help? The causative viruses and bacteria evolved to require much more intimate contact for transmission; infection requires exposure to large amounts of them, and they have to be inoculated deep inside the body, or with vigorous rubbing of infected skin or membranes. She endes with à handjob. Six days after this incident I developed a very itchy red spot on the back of one hand, which I scratched but not violently. I was also massaging his bare buttocks.

Massage Parlor Experience Leads to Herpes Concerns -- Unfounded? - STDs
But still 2 days is too fast.)  Also, if you had caught herpes, the symptoms would occur only at the site of inoculation of the virus, i.e. He said to leave it uncovered. He did not advise a tissue culture as he felt it was very unlikely that it was a herpes skin outbreak. He said that if I was still worried about possible herpes (I’ve never had any other symptoms to my knowledge), I could get a blood test. He prescribed an IgM + IgG to test for HSV-2 antibodies (maybe to test for HSV-1 also, I’m not sure). My questions are: 1. Based on my description of the incident and my symptoms, what do you think is the likelihood that I have either HSV-1 or HSV-2?

2. Yes, I said misogyny. 3. Is the risk factor high enough that I should: a. Take any blood test at all? (My wife is unaware of the massage parlor visit, and I’d rather keep it that way) b. Use a condom when having intercourse or other penile contact with my wife?

c. Not kiss my wife, kids, etc. until I’m sure?

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