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chances of contracting hsv/hpv or any other sti's through handjob with saliva spit and a brief exposure of my upper thigh with her vagina (she just sat on me for a few minutes during massage but there was no rubbing and genital to genital contact?

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Dr. Robert Trager
Dentistry 55 years experience
VERY POSSIBLE: Whenever body fluids come in contact with you or your partner there is always the chance of transmission of HIV-HPV OR ANY STD. Saliva, blood or semen can be carriers of disease.

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