In the first week of September I foolishly let a woman perform oral sex on me. We did not have sex just oral. I am in a long term relationship and I am so worried that I may have caught something. The oral lasted about a minute or so and I finally came when I pulled it out to finish off. I then went to the toilet to urinate.
I have shown no signs of symptoms other then about a couple of weeks later I noticed an itchy almost midge bite on my shaft - I did have two other midge bites on my thigh and one on my arm - so I'm hoping the one on my penis was indeed a bite.
As the weeks have passed I have not had any other symptoms - other then when I though about what I had done I felt a heaviness in my testicles but again I'm hoping this is anxiety?
As you can imagine I'm now very very scared that I have indeed got an STD - please please help
Could I have one with not showing any signs? Can symptoms show up 4 months down the line in my wife? Is this all in my head and a case of bad timing?
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