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I just make a terrible mistake about 4 days ago. I had unprotected oral sex with sex worker at an asian massage parlor. I am happily married and have a beautiful son...I am stressing out with the thought that I might be infected with STDs. The Oral sex was brief and I ejaculated outside of her mouth. It has been 4 days and I haven't notice any symptoms but then again....I might have STDs without any symptoms. Please advise...thank you.
How are you? Unprotected oral sex can be associated with several sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including herpes, syphilis, gonorrhea, HPV, viral hepatitis and even HIV. The risks depend on a lot of different things, including the sexual and medical history of your partner. I agree with you that some STDs including HIV are asymptomatic and may not show any symptoms. To rule out any doubts, you can have HIV or complete STD panel test. Take care and best regards.
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