Got a protected ******* from a prostitute, fingered her and touched my penis after
First off, I have a girlfriend and I cannot believe I've done this. Never ever again.
I'm away on holidays in Europe for 10 days without her and on the first night got very drunk and went to a brothel.
1. I received oral sex but had a condom on. she also kissed further down my shaft where the condom wasn't and my balls.
2. I fingered her vagina at some point during this. Fully inside. My finger may have brushed her anus when I held her *** (can't remember) but definitely did not go inside her anus.
3. At least a few minutes after I'd fingered her, I came. She removed my condom. I quickly fixed my foreskin without washing my hands. I cannot remember if I touched the inside of my foreskin at this point, but let's say I did. I then had a shower where I gave my penis a quick clean with shower gel, but I didn't think to really scrub my hands thoroughly.
I'm back in two days and am going straight to a Sexual Health clinic. I cannot tell my girlfiend. I will go for tests and any sex with her will be very protected (I'll say my foreskin is tight, which it has been before)
I am a horrible person for this and am absolutely disgusted with myself. I am also sh!t scared.
Can I not get Herpes type 2 from her kissing areas around my penis?
Could stds not live the couple of minutes if I put my finger inside my foreskin?
A few days after I had burning pee (only for 1 day) but I think this was because I was dehydrated (my pee was basically orange). I noticed any symptoms and we're about on day 10 - I got paranoid that I saw a spot of some sort come up on the base of my penis but I think it was an ingrown hair.
cheers. however this evening under my foreskin it's gone very red. Doesn't itch or hurt. I'm hoping this may be something that happens and i've never been paranoid enough to take any notice. I've had a very unhealthy diet recently and a lot of alcohol. ↲Is there any possibility it could be an std? There are no spots or scabs I can notice
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