Had a condom break; Worried about spreading any possible infections to family.
It was a FWB situation and she told me she was clean and get's tested and is on birth control; but i'm not very trusting so I decided to wear a condom anyway.
The condom broke in the middle of intercourse, she started her period two days afterwards so i'm not too worried about pregnancy but I am worried about any STDs or STIs.
It's only been 5 days since then and I haven't noticed anything different with myself but I have to wait until 2 weeks before I can get tested (That's what the testing center told me) but i'm just worried about the possibility of spreading ANYTHING to my family.
We share a bathroom/shower and I do not want anything to spread to them just in case she's lied or gotten an infection AFTER her last testing.
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