So, I made a bad decision last night. I had a one-time encounter with a gal I will never see again. And after talking with her throughout the night, it was clear she has a "busy" sex life (i.e. was with a guy last weekend). Drinks led to us heavily making out (lots of tongue), her giving me oral sex for roughly 5 total minutes and me being inside her vaginally for a total of 1-2 minutes (I stopped because I am married and I just couldn't continue with it...dumb time to have it hit me). There was no ejaculation.
When we were talking afterwards she told me she goes to the doctor every year and she is clean of any STDs...but not sure what to think. She may have been with 10-12 guys since her last checkup.
Because our intercourse time was short (3 stints = 1-2 minutes total), does that help decrease my risk if she was carrying an STD?...especially HIV?
I am not a "long" fellow either...does do anything regarding my risk factor?
Thanks for any help on this. I am the most stressed I have ever been.
There is a risk for stds from unprotected sex, and from unprotected oral. The fact that the intercourse was brief might lower the risk, but there is still a risk.
The size of your penis doesn't alleviate any risk.
You need to wait a week to test for gonorrhea, chlamydia and NGU. You can test for syphilis at 6 weeks (though its uncommon in developed countries), HIV at 3 months, and herpes at 4 months (though many test positive sooner).
Hi ive hve 1 partner,im not cheating and since we started dating she has been my only partner and its been 4 years. Last week thursday i started having an itch on my peanus yesterday it developed 2 being very painful when i pee last nite i noticed pass droping off my peanus. 2day im peeing blood and its so painful. Can any1 help me 2 try atleast determine what this might be?
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