Yesterday I slept with a call girl. I started of with kissing her and then went on and had Cullingus with her for about 2 mins.
While having intercourse, i did wear a condom, but accidently after few mins it came out. The next thing i know is, my cum was on the bed and i saw the condom on the bed. That girl quickly went to the bathroom and washed her vagina.
I had intercourse for the very first time. Should I be worried about any STD's. If yes, what tests would you suggest and when I am supposed to take them?
If by, "accidently after a few mins it came out" you mean to say that you continued intercourse with her unprotected then you did put yourself at risk for STDs and I would not say you had a low risk encounter.
Because it sounds like you initially used protection, you should only be worried if you develop symptoms.
Let us know if penetration was completely protected or not.
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