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Massage Parlor Std
STD screening: Screening guidelines for stds recommend that sexually active men and women should be offered routine screening for hiv. Serologic testing for hepatitis b should also be done. Women with a history of unprotected sex/multiple partners should be screened yearly for gc and chlamydia. Men for chlamydia. The window period for detection of HIV antibodies is 6 wks-6 mos. After exposure. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
This is a disease which can be transmitted from one person to another person through sexually related activities. This does not limit these activities to heterosexual intercourse, but encompasses all modalities of human-to-human sexual activity. It does not include illnesses that may make an individual more susceptible to a condition because of a sexual ...Read more
Can massage table at massage parlor transfer std if your penis touches it? And can oil carry stds? Or bacteria causing prostatitis?
Got a hand job at a massage parlor then had an STD test and HIV screen two months after it was negative should I retest? Any help would be great
Not due to a hand: The hand should fear the penis, and not the penis fear the hand. It is hard for the penis to catch an STD from the hand. That's because hands don't tend to have STD's, and masseuses wash their hands often, sometimes use hand sanitizer between clients, and usually have their hands coated with massage oil... all making the hands pretty safe. Penises, on the other hand, are a natural source of STD's. ...Read more
Do handjobs post a risk for STD? If so which one?. I received a quick handjob probably 4 minutes at massage parlor.
Risk of STI: Probably not if no bodily fluids from other individual were exchanged ...Read more
I've gotten unprotected oral three different occassions at massage parlors. Recently started have itching near tip of penis, no discharge. STD?
Not the "Usual kind":
BUT there are oral infections including oral Herpes ("Cold Sore") infections which can infect the mucous membrane of your penis!
Get it checked out!
Hope this helps!
Dr Z ...Read more
Received protected oral sex from a woman at a massage parlor followed by hand job while the condom was on and ejaculated in the condom. Whole thing lasted about 15 min and condom was intact at the end. Risk for stds? Herpes?
Thanks for asking!: Std stands for sexually transmitted disease. If massage parours permit any type of sexual activity acquiring std could be a remote chance. But remember certain parasitic infections such as pubic lice, scabies, molluscum contagiosum are also considered std and anyone of these can be transmitted depending on the hygeinic conditions and protocol the equipment and workers there follow. ...Read more
My friend had a massage and handjob 7 days before and she use a wet towel to clean his shaft and next he has started pain on the tip. Any STD risks?
STDs: Nope. There is no risk of any common stds from this sexual activity. (the only rare thing that could be said is if she had any herpes virus in the skin of her hand then that could potentially be a problem, but that is so unlikely as not to warrant any worry. Pain in the tip of the penis is not necessarily a std. ...Read more
A girl gave me a blowjob after massage, for me only. I did not even kiss her and did not have any other type of sex. She was with her full clothes. Can she transfer an STD to me?
My friend got handjob done at chinese sauna 2 days back using massage oil, does he carry a risk of any STD or hiv?
Please tell me the tests for STDs, I have never had sex with ladies, but had hand jobs while massage. also, had get inserted.
Please advise the tests?
No testing needed: I don't know that you mean by "also had get inserted". If your only sexual exposures are hand-genital contact, you are not at risk for any STD. But if you would like to be tested for reassurance, have a urine test for gonorrhea and chlamydia and blood tests for syphilis and HIV. These are the only ones routinely recommended by most STD experts, unless you had known exposures to specific STDs. ...Read more
How is it possible I have chronic prostatitis after massage hand job with oil? Could oil harbor stds?
Not always and STD: Prostatitis/prostodynia isn't always caused by an STD. Any bacteria that can cause a bladder infection (such as e-coli) can cause it. Sometimes it is from trauma. Riding a bicycle, for example, can give you prostatitis/prostodynia. Sometimes the cause is never found and cultures for bacteria are repeatedly negative. Oil is unlikely to harbor STDs. Best wishes! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm a Massage Therapist, can you get STD from massage? (NO genitals). If germs on hands and you touch yourself? I thoroughly wash hands after massage.
The short answer to this is it is very unlikely.
Keep going with good hygiene and you will be fine. ...Read more
I was at a massage salon and was harassed. The masseur touched my private parts. No fingering but he touched my labia. Am I at risk for HIV/any STD?
HIV transmission: It seems very unlikely unless you both had open sores at the site of contact. ...Read more
I french kissed with the masseuse from a massage parlour. What are my chances of std? When should I get checked?.scared!phlemy throat after 3hrs of kiss
Doctor can check: A person who has a "phlegmy" throat and is worried about it can see his primary care doctor for an evaluation. Many things can cause throat symptoms, such as strep bacteria, cold viruses, allergens, obsessing about one's throat, etc... Just being a masseuse does not equate to being a carrier of STD's. Kissing is not the main way to transmit STD's. Otherwise, they would be called KTD's, not STD's. ...Read more
Fearing std I've taken 400mg cefixime+1000mg azithro+ 2000mg metro.never had unprotected sex.but took nude massage.having burning sensation penis.help.
No risk, see doctor: STDs are not transmitted by massage. If your penis did not enter another person's vagina, anus, or mouth, there was no risk and no need for all those antibiotics. Something else explains the burning sensation. Do not take any other treatment and see a doctor if the problem continues. And don't treat yourself like this again; even with a real exposure, better to get professonal care and testing. ...Read more