[Question #76] vietnam prostitute in dubai

39 months ago
Hello doctor . hope you are doing good . TWO  episode has put me in so much stress that i cannot work .

here what happens :

i met a vietnam prostitute in a local bar in dubai . Following things happened .

1. no oral ,no anal , no vaginal .

2. she licked me on my ear multiple times . i was not much worried but in the morning i saw a cut on the place where she licked me . it was quite red MAY BE IT BLED WHEN SHE LICKED IT  . i know saliva contains hepatitis B . I AM NOT SURE WHETHER HER SALIVA HAS BLOOD IN IT OR NOT I CANNOT SEE THAT . BUT NOW I AM VERY WORRIED ABOUT HEPATITIS B . WHAT ARE MY CHANCES OF GETTING HEPATITIS B , C , HIV OR ANY OTHER STD hepres 1 and 2  LIKE THIS KEEPING IN MIND MY CUT WAS FRESH AND SHE HAVE BLOOD IN HER SALIVA .

3. WE FOOLED AROUND WITH MY CLOTHES ON AND HER PANTS ON . FOR SAFETY I HAVE EVEN WORE CONDOM UNDER MY PANTS .I EJACTULATED IN CONDOM WITH MY FULL CLOTHES ON AND HER PANTS AND PANTIES ON . CAN I GET SOMETHING LIKE THIS .

4. ALSO I MASSAGED  HER NIPPLES AND SHE MASSAGED  MINE WITH HER HANDS . AFTER MASSAGING HER NIPPLES I TOUCHED MY PENIS TO PUT CONDOM . CAN I GET SOMETHING IF SHE HAVE HERPES ON HER NIPPLES .

second episode .

thai prostitute in dubai bathed me : NO ORAL NO VAGINAL NO ANAL 

5.SHE TOUCHED MANY TIMES MY ASS BUTT CRACK WITH HER HANDS . I HAVE NOT CHKD HER HANDS WHETHER SHE HAS BLEEDING CUT ON HAND OR NOT . I N CASE SHE HAS WHAT IS MY RISK TO GET HEP B , C , HIV / herpes 1 & 2  OR ANY STD LIKE THIS . 

iam worried as most of time i have constipation and when i put pressure there is some bled form my ass while natural call .
may be there is some anal tear due to hard stool and there is cut in my ass and she touched it while bathing me with her hand . i do not know whether her hand has cut or not . i did not checked 
WHAT ARE MY CHANCES TO GET ANY STD LIKE THIS . SHALL I GET TESTED . VERY WORRIED 

Edward W. Hook M.D.
Edward W. Hook M.D.
39 months ago

Welcome to our Forum.  I'll be pleased to comment.  Your questions suggest several misperceptions about how STIs are transmitted from one person to another.  First, most persons, even most commercial sex workers (CSWs), do not have STIs.  CSWs, in particular, typically take precautions to avoid infection (it is bad for business).  Second, only a small proportion of sexual contacts with infected persons lead to transmission of infection- most do not.  Third, direct contact is needed to transmit STIs, they are not transmitted from person to person when genital secretions or other infectious material get onto one persons hands and then another person is touched with the secretion-contaminated hands. For this reason mutual masturbation is not a meaningful risk for any sort of STI transmission.  (For this same reason, your touching her nipples and then your penis does not place you at risk for herpes or any other STI). Finally, oral/saliva contact is a very, very inefficient manner of STI transmission.  there is no evidence that hepatitis of any sort is transmitted by oral contact or saliva, even if the saliva has the infected person's blood in it.

Based on these facts I would urge you not to worry further about the contacts you describe, even though you may have experienced some bleeding during the contacts.  Nothing about any of the activities you describe suggest any risk at all for any STI.  I hope my comments are helpful to you.  EWH

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39 months ago
many thanks for your Reply doctor . i am much relieved and Decided not to do any testing .
one thing i forgot to mention . she twice kissed her own finger with her lips and kept that same finger on my lips twice as a kiss .

i dont know whether this can account for oral herpes or not . its Seven days now without any symptoms on my lips . shall i be worry free for oral herpes on my lips or watch some more days for symptoms 
Edward W. Hook M.D.
Edward W. Hook M.D.
39 months ago

Thanks for your reply.  I agree with your decision not to test.

As for your risk of herpes, as I understand it, she touched her lips with her fingers, then yours with the same fingers but did not kiss you directly.  if so, there is virtually no meaningful risk for acquisition of HSV from such an activity.  On the other hand, if she had HSV and was shedding the virus at the time she kissed you directly there would be a small risk of becoming infected.  I hope this reply addresses your question.  EWH

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