As many others on here have posted, I made a stupid mistake. While my wife was away in Nov 2012, I received unprotected oral sex from someone I met. She assured me she was clean and std free, but who knows what to believe. We kissed and she performed oral sex on my to completion. That is all.
I started freaking out immediately afterwards. She assured me again she was clean and had been recently tested. The encounter happened on November 8, 2012. I went into one of the anylabnow testing places on Dec 8, 2012 and had the full panel ran. Everything came back negative. Of course, I know that HIV wouldn't be detected that soon. I retested for HIV with the new at home test kits at exactly 12 weeks and it was negative.
Mid January I start having abdominal pain that all the doctors think is my appendix and then my gallbladder. So far those have all checked out. More recently, as in the past 2 weeks, I have been having mild testicular pain. I have an appointment with my doctor in 2 weeks to see what that is about.
Now, I am worried about chlamydia and gonorrhea as testicular pain and abdominal pain are symptoms.
Question 1: How worried should I be? The test performed at almost 4 weeks from the enounter were all negative. Could the test have been false and I have chlamydia or gonorrhea?
Question 2: Would the testicular pain show up almost 6 months after the encounter assuming the test was not accurate?
Question 3: Should I take another HIV test?
Thanks for your input and your service to the forum.
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