So I made a terrible decision two days ago to have sex (protected) with a sex worker. Woke up the next morning and saw what appeared to be a cut or a pimple on the skin connecting my penis and scrotum. Popped it and some hardened pus was extracted.
This is how it looked yesterday.
Now I shaved a few days prior and getting bumps/acne after shaving is not uncommon for me. So does that cut look concerning?
Deathly afraid of having contracted anything. What's the chances of me having contracted HSV2 from a one time act? She appeared clean but I am aware of asymptomatic shedding.
Thank you. Also immensely worried about HPV. Would never want to give high risk strains of HPV such as 16 or 18 to a woman. I know this is a HSV board but do you have any numbers/percentages on the chances of contracting HPV?
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