Messed up again by seeing an upper end csw and limited the interaction to mutual masturbation....my only fear is that she masturbated herself couple times and then began to masturbate me with the same hand.....do i need to test for any stds over episode...thanks
thanks vance....would any stds give u genital sympoms within 4-5 days after an episode.....or do most folks just start imagining pains when realistically u would not any symptoms for several weeks...just curious?
as you can see from my question to dr. hook on the std expert community....i had a further exposure of protected sex with an escort 9 weeks ago....saw the same lady three weeks ago and wanted just a massage and handjob....during the massage and HJ she anally fingered me for 2-3 minutes....Is this any risk??....i have gotten excruciating headaches since the most recent exposure along with some random bruising.......one week after the most recent exposure i took a full panel std test which included hiv...all came back negative.....thanks for your help....
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