Posting after advice from Vance in STI forum.
Hi all. I have been very sexually active over the past week and a half but want some advice.
Started a week ago on Thursday. Had protected sex with an in experienced 18 year old felt condom slip but after ejaculation pulled out condom was on and sperm was in the end.
During the course of the week I received 5 or 6 erotic massages with oil but no sexual intercourse.
Finally on Friday night I got quite drunk had an erotic massage and proceeded to have intercourse with a girl I met in a bar....again this was protected to the best of my knowledge although I was reasonably flaccid when pulling out I believe the condom still covered the head.
I wake up on Saturday after noon with an itchy irritation on my urethra and some pain on ejaculation (I am still masturbating.) This is worse before and after I urinate (no burn during) and sometimes after urination can last 15-20mins. Worse when sitting down.
Is there any chance I missed a condom slip and have got an Sti or does my tallywacker just need a break?
UPDATE: 3 days after the encounter (or 12 days after the first one) I have a sore throat and white pus on my Tonsils, saw a Dr she said Tonsillitis (obvious) and gave me a weeks worth of Amoxacillin.
Could this be an STI (I gave the second girl oral) or even worse an HIV ars symptom from my encounter with the first girl?
Vance reckons no STI so what about ARS? I feel flush but no fever (36.8 temp) and have no rash etc.
By the way I tested negative for HIV and all STI's 1 month ago and this has been my first sexual encounters since.
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