I just had sex with a promiscuous older man at my work place. I have no genital cuts, but I have a small cut at the back of my mouth, barely enough for me to feel.
It went like this. We showered together, and I kissed him, and as he instructed, I kissed the tip of his penis and had it in my mouth for 4-5 seconds (the front part of my mouth) before I remembered my cut.
Then once we got out of the shower, we were both naked. He was on top of my rubbing his penis against my body. Then he came on my body. This lasted about 5-10 minutes.
Do I run the risk of catching herpes or any other STD in anyway? If so, how high is it. I'd be very grateful for an answer, I'm losing sleep over this and am very worried.
Here are some of the reasons why I think I might have STD:
1. I had a small ulcer in my mouth.
2. I put his penis in my mouth for 10-15 seconds.
3. I allowed him to kiss me for 10-15 seconds with tongue only slightly touching.
4. I allowed him to rub his genital against mine for 10-15 minutes.
Please tell me the chances that I am infected with herpes. I'm being very depressed over a few minutes of wrong judgment and feel like I really allowed myself to be infected with a lifelong disease over something that wasn't worth it.
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