Hello. I met with a friend (girl) from Malaysia back in July. Performed oral sex with her but only for 2-3 min. I just put my tongue on top of her vagina at her urging but within a min or so took it back. 10 min later, she asked again so I obliged but only for 10 seconds. No intercourse at all as I had to leave early. Overall, I hardly performed oral sex for 2 min.
As I said, this was in mid-July. Around 3 weeks ago, I developed dry cough although the weather has been getting colder. 5-6 days ago, I started getting some cough (non-dry version) which I spit out right away and it has been getting betetr since. No headaches, no other health issues at all. And yes, I have never fallen sick in the last 10 years or so.
My questions are :
Is there any risk of HIV or any other STD or should I be worry-free?
Is it perfectly OK if I don't go in for a lab test for HIV?
Also, what would be the risk level for other STDs?
Thanks Grace. Sorry to be a pest, but I got concerned as I haven't had Dry Cough for a long time. It has stayed for few weeks this time although it's the flu season and the weather has been cold. Also, after 2 weeks, I started getting non-dry cough and cold (I know I had exposure to wind at night a couple nights and that might be the reason).
I haven't noticed any other things/changes with my body. Not even headaches. I go for urination frequently but that has been like that for a long time. It's just that I noticed a slight increase at nights for few days and then it was all normal.
Do you still think I shd be good and don't need any testing?
Thanks once again from the bottom of my heart for all you guys do for the society at large.
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