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To start off I am very scared I did a stupid thing and I feel as thought it has caught up with me I know I shouldn't freak out over what I read on the Internet but I am so to start off I recently cheaped out on a massage my back was hurting and I didn't have the funds to pay for a good masseuse so I went to a asain place the lady gave a decent massage and then flipped me over without warning and started yanking my bits and pieces out of pure lust I reached up and put my finger between her lips touched her button nail upwards well only had it there for a few seconds and she was wet. Well when it finished I went washed off my hands I looked at her vagina and it didn't have anything on it I also looked at my finger didn't see any visible cuts or anything well it's been 10 days and my finger feels swollen and had like a bump not a blister on it the other day so I taped a latex glove finger around that finger I fear I have herpes whitlow but it's not around my na its on my second knuckle closest to my hand what are the chances this is that ? Could I have gotten hiv this way ? Please I a scared I need to go get tested for sure but any advise I have also been feeling like crap the last couple days with ice pick headaches being a major problem just started recently they have began to slow down but I sti have been getting them a couple of times a day thank you for the help

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replied July 15th, 2015
Herpes and Genital Warts Answer A53037
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Your history does not indicate what type of sexual encounter you had with the lady. In case you had unprotected intercourse then it is possible that you may be at risk of STDs.

STDs are associated with people who have a promiscuous and highly risky sexual behavior.

Examples of high-risk sexual behavior include:

Unprotected intercourse without male or female condom use, except in a long-term, single-partner (monogamous) relationship.
Unprotected mouth-to-genital contact, except in a long-term monogamous relationship.
Early sexual activity, especially before age 18.
Having multiple sex partners.
Having a high-risk partner (one who has multiple sex partners or other risk factors).
Having anal sex or a partner who does, except in a long-term, single-partner (monogamous) relationship.
Having sex with a partner who injects or has ever injected drugs.
Exchange of sex (sex work) for drugs or money.

Such Risky Sexual behavior can can predispose you to sexually transmitted infections which can include HIV, Hepatitis C, hepatitis B, gonorrhea, syphilis, Herpes, etc. Hence all people should refrain from such Risky sexual Behavior.

The most common symptoms of STDs include - Itchiness, sores, and unusual discharge coming from the genitals.

Since you cannot undo your actions, the only thing that can be done would be to get tested for STDs.
Testing for STDs is generally done via a panel of tests including tests for chlamydia, gonorrhea, oral herpes, genital herpes, HIV-1, HIV-2, hepatitis A, B, & C, and syphilis.

It would be best that you consult a STD clinic and seek proper counselling and appropriate tests to clear your mind.

I hope this helps.

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