I posted a question on the HIV forum but maybe this place would be even more informative. I am a male who recently received oral sex from a stranger and am worried about the possibilities of getting any infections or diseases.
You could, however, get gonorrhea, syphilis, NGU, and maybe genital herpes type 1. I say maybe for that because if you have hsv1 or ever had a cold sore, you wouldn't get it genitally if the person giving you oral sex has no hsv1 outbreak.
You can test for gonorrhea and NGU at a week after the exposure, and syphilis at about 6 weeks to 2 months. If you notice any sores or symptoms in the meantime, see your doctor.
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