Are you regularly concerned about the chances of you contacting STD through a handjob you received at the back of an alley or that which you received from a random hooker? I can categorically tell you that you are safe.

There is a very slim chance of contracting STD’s from an infected person. Theoretically, it is quite possible for you to contact STD from someone who is infected. Only if there is direct contact with their semen, vaginal fluids or discharge, and then that same hand contacts the opening of your penis that is when infection could possibly be passed on.

Also, a cut on your hand could lead to an opening for infected semen to enter into your bloodstream. However, that is unlikely.

There are other methods which can get you satisfied sexually without any chance of contacting any infection. You could be intimate with another person through dry humping (grinding) with or without clothes and also masturbating.

However, the safest way you can engage in such acts is making use of condoms whenever you want to have vaginal sex or any form of sexual pleasure which involves intimate contact, just to avoid contact with skin and fluids of an already infected person so you would remain healthy.

How to have safer sex if you have an STD.

After discovering you have an STD, it is quite important you know how to have safer sex and then avoid passing it on. If you are lucky enough, your STD can be cured with medication, and you would have fewer worries after medication.

The things you can do to protect your partners if you are infected totally depends on the type of STDs. However, here is a list that always works.

  • Always use condoms and dental dams when having oral, vaginal and anal sex.
  • If it is just symptoms you are experiencing, then avoid having sex till it disappears.
  • See a doctor or nurse to help you with medications and treatment.

•    If the STD is curable, then ensure you take your drugs the way your doctor prescribed.