I am a newly separated 43 yr old male and have been monagamous for almost 20 years - never had any STD's except for chlamydia in college which was treated. I had unprotected vaginal intercourse with a new partner this week and have had a burning sensation inside the tip of my penis since the day after sex. From what I have read, this seems to be too early to have symptoms of an actual STD - but I am concerned. Is it possible that I am just feeling irritation from the sex (which was vigorous) or am allergic to something? We did use a condom initially, but I took it off beause I couldn't orgasm with it (haven't used one in 20 years...). How worried should I be, and how long should I wait to get checked out if this persists? Are there any STD's that show symptoms the day after?
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