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No. There is no risk associated with a hand job or any other manual stimulation of the genitals.
There is a theoretic risk if there is any bleeding from a sore or cut on the hands, but that is true for any action that typically carries no risk. For example, there is no risk from shaking hands with people, but if there are open bleeding cuts then there can be some risk.
So, there is no reason for you to be concerned about a hand job.
You would not get HIV or any STI from a hand job.
There are skin germs that can be transmitted from the hands, but skin germs can be on the penis even if there has never been hand stimulation of the penis.
The most common skin infection of the penis is due to a fungus that is normally present on the skin, but grows disproportionately to cause the infection, so it is not related to contact with anyone.
Redness of the skin of the penis also can be due to inflammation, and it is possible that you could have been allergic to whatever oil was used by the massage lady, but this is not an infection.
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