If there is documented proof of this type of transmission, don’t you think it is inaccurate to tell people time and again that handjobs, massages, etc. Thanks for your question. He was dating new people. With rare exception, the answer is always the same: little or no risk for STDs of any kind. That said, the symptoms you describe are consistent with a herpes-type infection; in addition to the skin lesions themselves, the numbness before the lesions appear could have been an HSV prodrome. There was no other contact (kissing etc) and she was clothed below the waist. Would it show up on the quick urine test they did in the doctor’s office?
After that I tested for Chlomedia and gnorahea at 3 days and 6 months; HIV and Syphyllis at 31 days, 82 days and 6 months; HPV and HSV 1/2 at 31 days and 6 months; they all come back negative. My knowledge was hiv transmit from (1) unprotected sex (2) sharing needles/drugs (3) mother to child. Again, unlikely, and if I don’;t see symptoms in 4-14 days, genital herpes did not go hand / genital? (On top of which, it is statistically unlikely your massage lady had HIV. Now i remembered that she also kissed my whole body naked when i lay with my head faced down, or my back facing her. However, if your “wart” has been treated and now has cleared up, I don’t think testing would be worthwhile at this time. Then she layed down and we had intercourse for about 15 min.
No, of course not. I also cannot guarantee you won’t be hit by a meteorite someday. But I would not suggest you take any steps to avoid it, nor do I suggest trying to prevent HIV by avoiding hand-genital contact. Just plan on using a condom properly in the event of future vaginal or anal sex outside a mutually monogamous relationship — and then don’t worry about sexually catching HIV.