Oral Sex STD? (high fever, headache, a sore throat, swollen tonsils)
Ok I had unprotected oral sex with a guy who i know isn't a virgin, I know nothing about his sexual history and I do not know if he uses protection. 3-4 days after I had a slight fever ,headache, a really sore throat, swollen tonsils, and swollen glands, also one morning after I woke up with white stuff all over my tounge. My tounge is cover in white dots and my throat is really red. The fourth day, I had to stay home from school, I couldn't even swallow. Im very concered due to me knowing who he is. Hes 18(hes a major player) and im 15, we just hookdup just one time, but Im kinda nervous. I can't drive yet so I cant go get tested without telling my parents, which they would pretty much murder me and never let me go out again, any advice?
swallowing has absolutely no relation to std risk!
At this point I'm sure your symptoms are pretty much gone so it's way too late to find out if this was just the viral whatnot going around this time of the year. You can get std's from oral sex but the risk is pretty low.
If you are concerned, go and be seen and get some testing done.
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