I am very very worried because I came across articles that adds on to my fear. So the incident is that a sex worker, naked, sat on my butt while I am lying down and I think I can feel her vagina touching/rubbing my anus briefly as she moves for about 10 seconds cos she was about to give me a massage.Then i quickly asked her to get up.There was no penetration at all. However, when she was giving me a handjob she used her finger to tickle my anus although not inserting it into my anus. I am very afraid that when she sat on my butt some moisture of her vagina fluid got stuck to my anus opening and the tickling of my anus just further spreads the fluid into my anus. I also read and article that the lining of the anus is very thin and is supseptible to infection. And this is like a female to female transmittion which is rare but possible.I am also afraid there is some cuts or abrasion in my anus that i cant see. I want to ask-
1) Does the mouth of the vagina contain any vagina fluid usually, considering the fact that the sex worker did not masturbate or whatsoever during the service.
2) I think I am at risk do I need to get tested?View Thread
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