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Spa extra service (follow-up question)

May 30, 2012

Hi, Ms. Shannon.

Thank you very much for answering my question. I just want to clarify one thing.

When I said "the masseuse just finished with a client before working on me", she did not just massaged the previous client, but also gave extra-service (handjob, kissing, nipple-sucking, and body-to-body).

So is there still no risk for HIV here even if she did not shower before working on me? Do I still need no worrying and testing?

Thank you again and hoping for another quick response from you.

------ Spa extra service May 28, 2012


I'm a guy and I went to a spa and had extra-service. The masseuse had just finished with a client before me. She told me she took a shower before working on me.

Here are the things we did: -kissing -nipples sucking (on each other) -she rubbed her breast area on my penis -she rubbed her pussy (with panties on) on my penis -she gave me handjob until i came

Am I at risk for HIV? Do I need testing for HIV? What if she did not shower and just washed her hands?

I really worried now. I hope you can find time answering my query.

Thank you very much.

Response from Ms. Southall

Hi All that you experienced carry no risk of HIV transmission. Even if she hadn't taken a shower.

No need to worry or get tested.

Be well and stay safe, Shannon

Response from Ms. Southall

Hi Again with everything you have told me there is no risk of HIV transmission occurring here.

Be well and stay safe, Shannon

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Worried that one of my test may be positive

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