As Vance said your at low risk. STD's need a warm seclulded enviorment to be transferred like penis to vagina. the only thing ive read is that one can get Gonnereha in the throat but these symtoms would have showed up about 5 days after infection and would be noticiable as would have a sore throat. 3 years is a very long time.If you worried go see a doctor.
hi again, her putting her tounge into your vagina should not transmit STD as the air enviornment would kill the bacteria. Very low risk of STD. As mentioned STD's are more common with male to female intercouse or male to male anal. The really need that enviroment to thrive. And as far as family soap and stuff, no way. These germs are environmentally designed and need a specific atmosphere to exit.
I think your feeling a little guilty about the experiece which is common these days with all the HIV scares.
Just relax and enjoy your life and be sex safe.
Your anxiety is being socially driven. Having sex is supposed to be between to people who have joined together for a life time of sharing. Having sex outside this arena leaves questions of promiscuity. In a sense are commiting a sin, this leads to guilt and guilt leads to anxiety that there is a bad consequence to ones actions. In a way this is good as keeps us in line.
Have a great day.
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