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Ok. Trying to determine if I have anything to worry

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Posted on Tue, 26 Mar 2019
Question: Ok. Trying to determine if I have anything to worry about. Went to a strip club (my last) about three weeks ago and the private dance my 'friend' got me got a little crazy. She was completely nude and rubbing her vagina all over me. I was clothed... The closest she got was through my underwear. She did grab my penis with her hand. I touched her vagina with my fingers and found the larger opening at one point. Not cuts on my fingers but my cuticles are broken in places. They do bleed from time to time but nothing requiring a band aid. She also kissed me (lips) several times. There was never any genital to genital touching. She did take my fingers in her mouth. I did enjoy it at the time but now my mind is racing with what could have happened...STD wise. Anything I need to be concerned with.
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Answered by Dr. Kakkar S. (1 hour later)
Brief Answer:
No risk of STDs except oro labial herpes.

Detailed Answer:
Hello and welcome to ask a doctor service. I have gone through the query and here is my advice.

There is no need for panic. Apart from a risk of acquiring orolabial herpes (not genital herpes) through kissing there is no risk of STDs. STDs are only transmitted through direct sexual contact that involves either direct contact between infected genital surfaces or exchange of infected genital secretions. They are not transmitted through skin to skin contact, kissing or touching each other genitals.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if you need any more assistance.
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Brief Answer: No risk of STDs except oro labial herpes. Detailed Answer: Hello and welcome to ask a doctor service. I have gone through the query and here is my advice. There is no need for panic. Apart from a risk of acquiring orolabial herpes (not genital herpes) through kissing there is no risk of STDs. STDs are only transmitted through direct sexual contact that involves either direct contact between infected genital surfaces or exchange of infected genital secretions. They are not transmitted through skin to skin contact, kissing or touching each other genitals. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if you need any more assistance.