I recently received unprotected oral sex from a high risk partner, 5 hrs later I felt a mild irritation through my urinary tract (from base to tip)
I feel the urge to pee consistently, but when I do I go fine with the same mild burning sensation, the mild burning sensation is present about an hour after I wake up throughout the day
This has only been going on for 2 and a half days
I am thinking about it non-stop as I feel terrible about this
I am being tested tomorrow for gon and chlamydia, if I have these and treat them when can I haveunprotezted sex with a non infected partner
Hi! Ok, so here's my advice. First, don't hit the panic button just yet...you don't have a reason to get upset right now. Second, you're going to have to wait until you can go get tested for anything. I'd suggest waiting 3 weeks...I know it sounds like an unbearably long time but that about of time would be sufficient for an STD test to show if you have anything. Don't let anxiety drive you crazy. Be calm, and monitor your symptoms if there are any. Third, IF you do have gonorrhea or chlamydia or any other type of bacterial VD, treatment is easy and effective (another reason not to panic).
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