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Author Topic: Handjob risk for masseuse (if she has sperm in her hand from previous customer)  (Read 2539 times)

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Offline stupid_guy123

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Hello,
 
 I recently visited a massage parlour , masseuse quickly asked me if I am looking for  Handjob/Oraljob I informed her I am looking for plain massage . Then she gone to attend another customer who just arried and after 10 mins she came back.

  Not sure if she has already done giving him  handjob/oraljob or arrived to attend me as other customer might asked her for something else which takes time.

    This time she said she will do handjob for $20 just for me , somehow I got tempted and said ok , I verified her hands before handjob and there are no cuts/sores  I also smelled them , doesn't look like there is any semen present ...even they didn't look wet (with water).

   What are my chances of HIV risk  if

1)She really gave another customer handjob and she has some semen on her hands when  she came back to me for giving handjob?
2)what if other customer really was HIV + and left his semen on masseuse hands ?
3)She used oil for my handjob , will this reduce or increase chances of HIV?

  Please  clarify my doubts ,  I am very scared .

Offline RapidRod

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You never had an exposure.

HIV is transmitted by;
Unprotected penetrative anal and/or vaginal sex
Sharing works with other IV drug abusers
Mother to child

Offline stupid_guy123

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Thanks for your quick response , what if she really has semen on her hand from earlier customer , and if he was a HIV+ , does this change your analysis? Also she didn't even touched tip of my penis , however she jerked fast to complete the job quickly.

  Once again thanks , do you warrant me for a test at 3 week period?

Offline RapidRod

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Thanks for your quick response , what if she really has semen on her hand from earlier customer , and if he was a HIV+ , does this change your analysis? Also she didn't even touched tip of my penis , however she jerked fast to complete the job quickly.

  Once again thanks , do you warrant me for a test at 3 week period?
HIV is unable to reproduce outside its living host (unlike many bacteria or fungi, which may do so under suitable conditions), except under laboratory conditions; therefore, it does not spread or maintain infectiousness outside its host.

Offline stupid_guy123

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Thanks, but what if she has fresh sperm from another customer on her hand, and if she gave me handjob within next 2-3 mins, still this will not pose any risk? Please clarif me , thanks a lot

Offline Rev. Moon

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Thanks, but what if she has fresh sperm from another customer on her hand, and if she gave me handjob within next 2-3 mins, still this will not pose any risk? Please clarif me , thanks a lot

That does not represent a risk.  First of all, a hand job is not a mode of transmission.  No one has been infected in this manner and you will not make history by being the first person to do so.  Moreover, as advised by Rod, HIV is not viable once it has been exposed to oxygen and other factors outside its living host.
"I have tried hard--but life is difficult, and I am a very useless person. I can hardly be said to have an independent existence. I was just a screw or a cog in the great machine I called life, and when I dropped out of it I found I was of no use anywhere else."

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Thanks, but what if she has fresh sperm from another customer on her hand, and if she gave me handjob within next 2-3 mins, still this will not pose any risk? Please clarif me , thanks a lot

Still no risk. She could have masturbated you with fresh cum from an HIV positive person and you would not be at risk. HIV really IS that fragile.
"Many people, especially in the gay community, turn to oral sex as a safer alternative in the age of AIDS. And with HIV rates rising, people need to remember that oral sex is safer sex. It's a reasonable alternative."

-Kimberly Page-Shafer, PhD, MPH

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Offline stupid_guy123

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First I would like to Thank You for your patience in answering all my question , I was very scared . I know I am thinking of extremes by assuming  1)what if other person is HIV+ , 2)What if masseuse  has really gave handjob in that 10 mins gap, 3)what if she didn't washed her hands before starting HJ for me  etc.

   I verified her hands before HJ and didn't noticed any cuts/open sores , hence I am not worried about the Masseuse , my only worry was what if she had semen from other customer. Thanks alot for releaving me from stress , Do you suggest me to get tested after 3 weeks or is it not required?.

  I am going to get married very soon , and will never do this act again , as I cannot pacify my mind though heard HJ  is of low risk or no risk .

Offline Rev. Moon

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HIV is unable to reproduce outside its living host (unlike many bacteria or fungi, which may do so under suitable conditions), except under laboratory conditions; therefore, it does not spread or maintain infectiousness outside its host.

That does not represent a risk.  First of all, a hand job is not a mode of transmission.  No one has been infected in this manner and you will not make history by being the first person to do so.  Moreover, as advised by Rod, HIV is not viable once it has been exposed to oxygen and other factors outside its living host.

Still no risk. She could have masturbated you with fresh cum from an HIV positive person and you would not be at risk. HIV really IS that fragile.

Please re-read each one of our answers.  What part about NO RISK did you not understand?  Relax and move on with your life.
"I have tried hard--but life is difficult, and I am a very useless person. I can hardly be said to have an independent existence. I was just a screw or a cog in the great machine I called life, and when I dropped out of it I found I was of no use anywhere else."

 


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