About Me: Male, 40, Buffalo, NY, member since Aug 2008
I am a male in good shape who has lived in Texas and Georgia. Moved to Buffalo about 5 years ago for work. I am married to one of the most amazing women in the world. I did get very very lucky finding her, but I like to think that God brought us together for a reason.
Greetings, please inform me.
I had protected sex with 3 high risk women in one night. No condom broke or slipped. I then received fellatio from two girls, without a condom on. None of the two girls seemed to have cuts or sores in their mouths. What are the chances that I contracted HIV or STD's? Its been 10 days since the encounter. I am taking antibiotics prescribed by my doctor. He also took my urine to check infections which came back clear but this was only 4 days after the encounter. I have a mildly itchy anus and a painless but slight discomfort in my urethra. Could these be from my antibiotics(ciprogen, metazol, doxcycl)or early symptoms of HIV? Please be honest.
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