Hello. On Saturday, I gave and received unprotected oral sex from another man. He claimed he was disease free though he came a little bit in my mouth before I could spit it out and I'm super worried. I made myself throw up about 15 minutes afterward. I've gotten the chlamydia and gonorrhea test and they also did a blood draw for hiv, though it's too soon to detect probably. What are my chances of getting hiv and other stds?
This was my only encounter with a man, and I have previously been in exclusive, monogamous relationships with women.
Fair enough. I panicked and got tested anyway, and everything was negative. Of course it's too soon for hiv, but you've alleviated my concerns on that end. Hopefully that means I can get back to regular life soon.
I just can't be confident of the guys status. It was a cl ad, one where I forgot to mention I was std free. He offered that he was dd free in initial embark, without me asking. He was older and mentioned he hasn't done this since college, which would be 20 years ago for him.
I know I'm wasting money, but I'm in a relationship and want to be sure. Even the 1:10000000 chance isn't reassuring me. Three is no logic to be had here, even for a highly educated person. Know what I mean?
So I got the urine test for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia, both negative. And a blood test, which was for HIV and (I assume?) other blood indicated STDs. Does that suffice, or do I need to be sure to test for syphilis specifically?
Also, do you know how common syphilis is to be transmitted this way? I didn't notice any sores (and i looked)
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