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Is it possible to get any type of STD, HPV, HIV from this encounter with an escort?

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I have visited my first escort tonight (what a nightmare!) this is exactly how my encounter went. I walked in and greeted the Asian lady we then both stripped down naked and I laid down face first on the bed nude. She then proceeded to massage me for about 5 minutes and one point she touched my testicles a little bit. After my (god awful) massage I asked her to lay on her back. I have a foot fetish which I haven’t really explored much and I acted on it. I proceeded to kiss and lick her feet and suck on her toes a little bit. Her feet were quite dry, but I could not see any visible sore on them at the time. I then applied some baby oil onto her feet and my penis which I may of had a small cut on and she began to give me a footjob for about 5 minutes I then proceeded to ejaculate onto her stomach as I was touching her breasts. When I was finished I went into the bathroom and washed off my penis with some warm water and proceeded to leave. My question is is it possible to get any sort of STD, HIV or HPV from the contact which I had with this escort? No bodily fluids were transmitted and she did not touch my penis only with her feet. Any advice or answer is would be very appreciated thank you very much!

Concerned Individual



January 28th, 2023 at 11:26 pm

In general, it is possible to acquire sexually transmitted infections, including human papillomavirus (HPV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), from engaging in sexual activity with an escort. However, the likelihood of contracting an infection can vary depending on various factors such as the specific type of sexual activity, the use of protective barriers, and the individual's sexual history. Based on what you are describing there was body fluid exchange, likelihood of contracting an STD is very low.

It is important to practice safe sex and to be aware of the potential risks involved in such encounters in order to minimize the chance of contracting an infection. Additionally, it is recommended to get regular screenings for STIs to detect and treat any potential infections.

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