Performing oral sex on prostitute, then gargling with lemon juice
Last night I performed oral sex on a prostitute... It was unprotected. After she left I gargled with lemon juice, thinking it would kill any possible bacteria in my mouth. What are the possible STDs I could get? I read it's relatively rare for the man to get anything, but I'm scared. And, what symptoms should I look for? Was rinsing with lemon juice a good idea?
Ok I just noticed a blood blister in my inside cheek. This just formed after eating some sushi. Now I'm scared. Could this be herpes? I've had cold sores before, so I already have type 1, but never manifested as a blood blister inside my cheek. Help! Could it be I bit my cheek? Would a blister show up so quickly if it was herpes???
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