Dear all, I have read numerous posts but just wanted to get confirmation if my conclusions are correct. I had an episode of protected oral from SW week ago. Condom did not break and the episode was just few minutes long. What I read is that there is a small chance of getting herpes or syphilis from this act. I have already oral herpes from childhood so I should be immune to that? So it leave me with a small chance getting syphilis. To get syphilis I assume her mouth should have been in direct contact with the uncovered part of my penis (base of the penis)? I am not sure if that even happened or if it did it was just for few moments - as I remember she was avoiding any skin contact as well. What do you think, am I seeing the ghost or there is a real risk getting syphilis in that way?
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