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HIV /STD transmission after protected sex and symptoms
I had protected vaginal intercourse with a condom and received protected oral with a prostitute. I was drunk so my penis was semi-hard. However, I remember removing the condom after intercourse and disposing. The only thing worth noting is that some vaginal fluid from the base of my penis remained and it may have transferred over while I was wiping my penis off with a wet towel.
2 weeks later I have the following symptoms:
Dull pain in groin area
Burning feeling on my penis head
Clear sticky discharge from penis
You will say there was no risk for HIV, but how do you explain my symptoms? Could it be other STDs?
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