Dear Doctor,

I am a 34 year old male.
I have recently made a foolish drunken mistake by hiring a csw during my bachelors party in Thailand.
There was no penetration involved, rather some brief low depth vaginal fingering followed by masturbation of myself (i believe there was some minor amount of vaginal fluid on my finger). At some point there might have been accidental touching of sex organs as they were close, but nothing prolonged or hard. As it happened a week ago I understand that the incubation period still hasn’t ended so I don’t think tests would show anything, but I worry considering that my wife to be is pregnant and I want to avoid any possibility of transmitting anything to her or the baby. Am i in danger of carrying an STD inclusive of HIV and what do you recommend me do? This is the first and only time I’ve done this and I hope I can bounce back.

Thank you in advance!
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replied October 17th, 2017
Thanks for putting your question here.
Believe me,STD can be transmitted by kissing as well as by penetrative sex. Do you have anything with them? No? Then, the chance is least.Otherwise,vaginal fingering or touching of sex organs can not transmit it.

I hope it helps.Stay in touch to your health care provider for further consultations.

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