Six day's ago, I made a stupid decision to step outside my relationship. I am married but ended up engaging in a mutual masturbation session with another man. He stated he was clean, but there was a lot of body contact. Additionally he did touch me the same hand he was using on himself, once or twice. Now six day's after the encounter I am experiencing some burning after urination. I am wondering about my risks and if it's too early to get tested.
if it goes away when you are too busy to think about it, odds are it's more of an anxiety issue.
mutual masturbation isn't a risk for any std. even touching you after touching himself isn't a risk.
if you plan on having other partners in the future, make sure when your pants are off, a condom goes on to protect you. you never know when it will go from a hand job to oral sex and you need to protect your regular partner!
Thanks for the advice Grace and LIfe360. I do think my nerves are getting the best of me. I seem to be focusing more and more on it and examining the area. Now it is not so much when I urinate but rather a generalized irritation of my glans underneath. Every time I look I find a new bump and get scared all over again.
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