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Handjob Worry from your Superfan from Asia
Apr 14, 2010

Dear Doc,

Please help me. I am very worried about my exposure. I went to a massage parlor and the lady offered a handjob. Stupidly I accepted. She was fully clothed and I did not think she touched herself anywhere. She did licked my nipple for 5-10s. I don't think she had any of her own body fluid on her hands except for baby oil which she used. There were no intercourse at all, no kissing at all. But I did not check her hands. What if she had blood from cuts on her hands???

Do you think I need to go for HIV test or STD tests? Am I at risk from this handjob exposure? I'm very worried and it is affecting my life. Sigh.

I will donate to your esteemed organisation. It is such a worthy cause. Thanks...

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hi Superfan,

The STD/HIV acquisition risk from your rub-and-tug is nonexistent. Neither worry nor HIV/STD testing is warranted for a massage with a happy ending.

Thanks for your donation to The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation (www.concertedeffort.org). It's warmly appreciated.

Be well.

Dr. Bob



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