I had a regretful night at a strip club. The dancer took down the top of my pants and jumped on top of me. She was able to rub her genitals against mine along my penis shaft. There was not penetration; however, I could feel her fluids on my penis. I pushed her off of me and the she grab my penis and put the head of it in her month for one second. Then she proceed to give me a hand job until I climaxed. I am extremely nervous and concerned I caught something. I received a std test at 10 days everything was negative. I am also wanting on a early detection std test next week. Please, help!
Grace, I have experienced some symptons like low grade fevers, cough, swollen lymph nodes, fatigue, depression, and anxiety. I do have a partner that I had sex with one after the incident, but not since. She had an early detection std panel at 10 days with negative results. Are the early detection test valid? I have heard so many conflicting information?
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