[Question #2343] Nuru

45 months ago
I received a nuru massage 2 weeks ago. She completely it by rubbing my penis against her butt. For the last couple of days I have noticed a slight burn/itch at the tip of my penis and frequency urination.  What could this be? And is there a likelihood that I contracted an STD?
45 months ago
I meant to say she completed me with her hand but also rubbed it up against her butt**
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
45 months ago
Welcome to the forum. Thanks for your question, which came in while I was logged on. Most users should not expect nearly real time replies!

Genital-genital or genital-anal contact without penetration carries no significant risk of STD. I cannot say the risk was zero, if your penile opening was in direct contact with her labia or anus. But almost certainly your symptoms are not due to any STD from that event. In addition to the low risk, these symptoms usually are not due to STD unless there is also an abnormal discharge from the penis; and urinary frequency is not an STD symptom in men.

As far as other possible causes, we typically don't get into genital symptoms except for STD problems. If you regret that sexual choice, or if you otherwise are nervous or anxious about it, that could be the cause. These are typical symptoms of genitally focused anxiety in men who are experiencing guilt, shame or anxiety after a potentially risky sexual exposure.

See a doctor if your symptoms are severe, if discharge appears, or if the symptoms last more than a few days. But based on the information available now, I doubt you have any infection from this event.

I hope this is helpful. Let me know if anything isn't clear.

HHH, MD

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45 months ago
My penis did not enter her anus at all. It was in her hand with the lower shaft up against her butt/lower back. It was essentially a standard happy ending. Just never had this burning sensation on the tip of my penis - although it is faint and seems to come and go.
45 months ago
Also, this sympton has been on and off for about 4 days. Thanks
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
45 months ago
Both the mildness of these symptoms and, most important, being intermittedn ("on and off") do not go along with an infection of any kind. These are typical for an emotional/psychological origin, as described above.

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