I have everything going for me in life and generally pretty healthy. I stay away from girls, drugs, and alcohol focusing on my studies. One day I couldn't control myself and I texted this girl that has been interested in me since she sold me a case for my phone in the m
[More]all. I don't even know what I was thinking giving her my number. We met up and I thought she would just give me a handjob but I was laying down with my eyes closed when I felt her giving me a *******. I freaked out but it was too late, I cam in like 30 seconds. I peed right after and stormed out pissed off since I told her not to do that. I had no symptoms and all was well until I went to the doctor's office 2 weeks later for my yearly checkup and I found out I got gonorrhea on my first sexual encounter. One week later after treatment I started getting symptoms and have been living with pain in my balls ever since.
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