Just last week I received unprotected oral sex and about a month and a half ago, received the same. Also, that night, I let my partner rub his bare penis around and on my butt hole but there was absolutely no penetration, abdolutely certain of that. Anyway, 4 days ago I noticed a dull ache in my left testicle accompanied by a marble size growth that is located towards the top of my scrotum when I manipulate my testicle. I visited a walk-in clinic and had my penis swabbed for an STD test, at that time I did have a 99.2 degree temperature. Besides the slight fever, I've had no other symptoms, no discharge or painfully urination. I'm worried sick that I may have contracted gonnerhea or some other STD. If there is an expert that can ease my concerns or just give me an idea of what to expect when I get my results Friday, I'd greatly appreciate it.
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