I caught chlamydia a year ago and was treated and cured of it and ever since I have been extremely paranoid and anxious about anything sexual or which could lead to STDs. Anyway, I received oral sex (fellatio) from a girl I have knew for a few years now. It lasted about 20 seconds as I was extremely paranoid and told her to stop. After days of worrying I went and got tested at a Sandyford GUM clinic. My test included Chlamydia, HIV, Syphilis, Herpes and Gonorrhoea testing from a urine and blood test. My urine test was first void (my first pee of the day). My results showed that I had once again had the all clear with no issues at all or positives. 8 months on I've met a girl and very much fell in love. However she wants to take our relationship to the next level and I feel extremely worried in case my tests were FALSE NEGATIVES and I give her any STDs. Should I be worried? I have no symptoms or anything wrong down there. Should I be worried? Can anyone offer any advice?
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