Please I need some advice..... I picked up a girl at the bar and we engaged in protected sex for a couple minutes and also got protected fellatio. We then stopped and she gave me a hand job. I am worried as to what I might have picked up I am in a relationship with another whom I have unprotected sex. Things have been rough as we have been apart for a couple months and now we are starting to get back together. Should I be worried to transmit something to her should I get testing?? Please help I really don't know what I could have picked up
I haven't showed any symptoms and its been a week I do feel guilty and the sex was short literally two minutes at best ..... And then a hand job to finish I do get checked the last time was three months ago...... I just don't know if I should get checked again or just presume unprotected with my ex ..... I am worries and confused
Since you had protected no chance for STD, thats why they call it protected sex. You cant get STD's from a hand job. Its as Night292rec said, its your guilt.
The only symtoms you will show is urethrea irritation from all the rubbing and checking so dont even go there. If you keep pulling and rubbing and checking, you will irritate the sensitive mucus membrain and you will convience yourself you got the big one. Your guilt comes from using another person, self indulgence and being promiscuse. We are here on this earth to share our wisdom, teach the ignorant and share the light of the universe. You did the opposite and are experiencing the consequences.
You should post on the relationship forum about the ups and downs your having in the relationship forum. You will get some good insite from others with the same experiences.
protected sex is a risk for syphilis, herpes and hpv though overall the risk is low. since you have a regular partner, test for syphilis after 6 weeks post encounter and herpes after 3 months. we don't have commercially available tests for hpv to cover that base.
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