May 1, 2020 at 8:53 am #70118alexvergotParticipant
Hello Terri, keep up your good work!
Last year I went for an erotic massage, on 6th of June. We were both, me and the masseuse without clothes at all.
My concern is that, at some point, while she was on top of me, sitting on my thighs, she rubbed her inner thigh against the shaft of my penis, all through the middle of it. She did not reach till the top of my penis, i can remember that. This lasted for few seconds, since at some point i asked her to stop it and proceed with something else.
After that incident, i got totally anxious, though without any physical symptom. I did not know whether the part of her body she touched me with had those mucous membranes from which the virus spreads asymptomatically (since she had not any visible sores or lesions) or not. She was professional and when I asked the institute about her health status they told me that all the masseuses are checked twice a month by doctors, and that the woman was completely fine (she even gave me the specific days of the examinations, 4th and 21th of June).
Along with my anxiety, I had probably a kind of moral breakdown, filled of guilt. Because of that I was obsessed with cleaning my penis everyday (even pouring soap directly under my foreskin).
On 15th of June, 9 days later, I noticed that my prepuce had been irritated and swollen. It had a purplish colour. I did not have any sore or blister. I visited a dermatologist and by eye examination only she told me that there was not any sore or blister, but she thought that it may be herpes. She prescribed fusidic cream, which I used for three days and after that I stopped it because the irritation got much better, almost vanished.
After all these, I started to examine thoroughly my penis every day to be sure of what is going on. So, every time I noticed a reddish strain on my penis it was a source of concern. Sometimes, I have minor irritations on the prepuce without any sore or blister, which disappear after a couple of days. Does it sound like herpes?
May 13, 2020 at 9:35 am #70167Terri WarrenKeymaster
I’m sorry you have been tormented with this concern for so long. If the experience was as you describe, contact with her thigh and your penis, this is not a risky experience. Herpes does not present as irritated and swollen skin without any blister or sore. It is a real shame that the dermatologist, with no testing of sores because there weren’t any or antibody testing, would say to you that this could be herpes. That really bothers me. This sounds absolutely nothing like herpes but it does sound like irritation from overdoing the cleaning process. If you want to do an IgG test, you could do that. I would bet a lot of money that unless you were infected prior to this contact, you will be negative for HSV-2.
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