|massage, scratch, hiv risk - 40 dollar donation will be made
Dec 13, 2009
Please help me. The other day I went for a massage. THe massage was "sensual" although no sex (hand job, oral or intercourse of an kind occured). When I went I was getting massaged, I noticed several scratchs on the side of my leg. THey were not bleeding, but I don't know how old they are. I have recently been scratching myself because of the dry, cold weather.
Anyways, the massuese massaged me over this area - not hard but in a light manner. She used oils. I asked her if she had cuts on her hands, she said no, but stupidly I didn't bother to inspect them. She also massaged my torso, but I never saw any streaking of any blood, and because of this I am inclined to believe her.
After the massaged, I noticed the area around the scratches was redder, i don't attribute this to any cuts (again no steaking just irritated skin), but I think my skin may have had a bad reaction to the lotions. I also squeezed these scratches and a tiny amount of blood came out (after the massage that is).
I am nervous here. If she had a cut on her hands, it couldn't have been bleeding much at all, but if a little came from her, it would have had to mix with oils. IF they came in contact with these scratches, again I don't know how old they were, but they were not bleeding. What are my chances of getting hiv or any other std.
THis place is seemed a little "naughty", so I would assume the chances of these women having "something" seems greater.
Appreciate your help
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Relax Max. Your rub-a-dub-dub at the "naughty" place did not put you at risk for HIV acquisition. I see no cause for worry or HIV testing.
Be well. Happy Holidays!
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