January 2, 2020 at 1:33 am #68397
I had a nude body to body and prostate massage 2 days prior and did not think all the risks involve earlier. Now I am freaking out over the possibility of getting herpes.
I had the lady give me a nude massage with massage oil, where initially she was just giving me a normal massage which progressed into her rubbing her breasts and abdomen onto my back and chest. The whole time she wore a thick disposable underwear and a number of times I touched her private area through the underwear, but did not touch myself anywhere. She also continued to discourage me from removing her underwear, while I did touch her breasts and bum, without reaching her vagina or anus.
She proceeded to give me a handjob and a prostate massage with her finger in my anus without gloves two times during the course of the massage, while I did hump her thigh and kiss her collarbone during the massage.
She had no visible blisters or sores, and throughout we did not exchange bodily fluid besides my own precum, Nor did my penis touch any of her groin area.
I am worried about the risk of getting infected with herpes through skin to skin contact and prostate massage and the kids on the collar and will like to know the likelihood of contracting herpes this way.
Will love to hear your thoughts ASAP. I fully intend to go have a check up in 4 weeks time but want to also know how likely for me to contract anything beyond just herpes as well.
January 3, 2020 at 1:03 am #68431
I’ll just like to add on to the above mentioned that may help to decipher the circumstances a bit better and evaluate on the risk of me getting herpes from that encounter.
I am prone to acne on my butt, but don’t think I’ve had any open wounds on my skin or my butt at the point in time. I also feel slight soreness in my legs and buttocks area that is alleviated slightly via flexing. I also found that when i use strength on my butthole and squeeze i can feel very mild sensation just at the rim of my anus.
Over the past couple of days I’ve experiecned itching along my collarbone and some mild itchy bumps on my calves and thighs, which I dont think are herpes related incidents.
My primary concern is asymptomatic shedding of the virus which I understand can be transmitted regardless of whether the carrier has any open sores or symptoms at the point in time, and that in your handbook, these are the % observed:
HSV 2 genital 15-30% of days evaluated
HSV 1 genital 3-5% of days evaluated
HSV 1 oral 25% of days evaluated
HSV 2 oral 1% of days evaluated
With that, am I right to assume that ONLY genital skin and oral site have the ability to pass on the disease asymptomatically, or should I go with the understanding that the whole body can shed the virus?
Hope to hear from you soon Terri, I am quite anxious to hear your thoughts and it will really put my mind at ease. I do fully intend to go for a check up by the end of the month, but before that I’d like to hear from you to stop beating myself up on the possibilities.
January 9, 2020 at 5:59 pm #68704
There is zero risk of herpes from this encounter! Zero. It was completely safe. Asymptomatic shedding has nothing to do with this – you were not in contact with any area that could be shedding. There is simply no reason for you to be the least bit concerned about herpes at this encounter.
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