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    johnmic12 posted:
    Hello Everyone

    I had a sensual massage in London three days ago. In the end the lady gave me a handjob with massage oil.[br>[br>Didn't really know if she have cuts on her hand. But I think at least there's no bleeding wound cause she has been massaging my body for half an hour.[br>[br>She only touch the glans and the shaft. No sex, No kiss [br>She did not remove her underwear as well.[br>[br>Am I under risk (risk free?) and does this encounter worth a test?[br>[br>Thank you[br>
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    georgiagail responded:
    There is no risk of HIV transmission from a hand job.

    Gail
     
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    johnmic12 replied to georgiagail's response:
    I have a question please..[br>[br>Which is the most accurate test? and when can I do it ?[br>[br>Thank you
     
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    georgiagail replied to johnmic12's response:
    Many local health departments (or your version of such) do testing.

    You can do it whenever you wish since, as I pointed out before, there is no risk of HIV transmission from hand jobs.

    Gail


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