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Handjob at massage parlour, slight rubbing of vagina on penis, nipple sucking biting lick of me

Question: 

Hello Folks,

I am worried sick. Here are the two scenarios:
1. Nov 16th Friday: Went to a massage parlour, received a massage for 20 mins, then handjob without condom while she bit, licked and sucked on my left nipple and I ejaculated on masseuse's hand and towel. Then she cleaned it up.

2. Nov 19th Monday: Went to a Deja Vu all nude strip club's private room where the stripper completely got naked, tried to briefly rub her vagina on my penis by pulling it out of underwear, may be had 4-5 seconds of contact. But then I removed her hand and put my penis back. Then she sucked, licked and bit my left nipple (coincidence or may be she saw me playing with them) and proceeded to rub her vagina on my body and nipples for 30 seconds before I dragged her out of me. She even tried to make me lick her nipples although no milk came out (she claimed it will).

3. Nov 30 (after about 15-11 days): I am travelling and I just noticed that the lymph node under my ear and on the jaw line is -swollen and slightly painful. I also have white dot like pimple on my testicle. I also have a pink white pimple on my chest.

I am worried sick and want to make sure that I am not at risk. Also please let me know if I need to take the fast HIV test or not.

I cannot sleep or eat and am sick worried.

Please help.

Answer: 

Hello,

Thank you for your inquiry. From what we gather from the question, you were asking about acquiring HIV after visiting a massage parlour and strip club. From the information given, this scenario is determined to be negligible risk. This risk level presents a potential for HIV transmission because they do involve the exchange of body fluids. However, there has never been a confirmed report. In order for a risk to exists, specific HIV positive fluids (semen, pre-cum, vaginal fluid, rectal fluid) must come into direct contact with the blood stream of an HIV negative person. Most of the body's surfaces are "dry" skin and they don't allow HIV to enter the body. "Wet" skin (or mucous membranes) is more vulnerable to HIV. These include: foreskin and urethra in penis, cervix and vagina, anus and rectum, mouth and throat, open cuts and sores.

In regards to the symptoms you are feeling, HIV symptoms often mirror other viral infections or can be explained due to other reasons. We recommend referring to a physician for more personalized answers.

Recommendation: There are no evidence or no documented cases of transmission. Refer to Physician for more personalized answers.

Regards, AIDS Vancouver Helpline/Online, Ashley