Potential exposure to STDs need expert advise please!
I've been in a stead relationship for 2 years and was STD free. I recently had a risky encounter on June 28. The girl performed oral sex, unprotected. She said she was clean of course and had no visible sores on her mouth/lips. The episode was brief and I am feeling awful and ashamed for what I did. In my panic I went in and got a full panel STD test done 10 days after potential exposure at LabCorp-Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Herpes 1/2, Syphilis, and HIV tests came out all negative. The questions I have are, after doing some research I may have tested too soon for some STDs, should I test again? It has been 5 weeks now and I haven't experienced any out-breaks, lesions, sores, rashes, or painful urinations, nothing except a tingling feeling at the tip of my penis which came and went for about 2 weeks. In your expert advice do you think it is safe for me to have unprotected sex with partner again given my situation? Looking for answers, please help.
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