I met a woman at a bar 3 weeks ago. After several drinks, we went back to my hotel and took a shower together. There, I used my fingers to penetrate her. I had no cuts or scrapes. She then performed oral on me. I also penetrated her unprotected in the shower. I don't think I was inside her for more than 5 seconds as I was drunk and not very erect. Afterwards, after getting out of the shower, she spent about 10 minutes giving me unprotected oral.
I masturbate often. I sometimes find myself chaffed due to excessive friction. I'm scared to death. A few days later after exposure, I noticed minor discomfort in my throat along with soreness in my legs. I was a little run down overall. 3 weeks later, I still have minor discomfort in my throat that comes and goes. I dont notice any other symptoms. Also i had a slight sensitivity on the head of my penis a few days after exposure, but that went away after a day or so.
I had unprotected sex with my wife afterward several times, including oral. What's freaking me out is that she is experiencing a runny nose and exhaustion after 3 weeks. I'm afraid I've contracted an std....or even worse, HIV. What the heck did I do?
You had had unprotected sex irregardless of ejacualtion or hard or not it was still unprotected. If you noticed symptoms after a few days. why would you sleep with your wife unprotected? You need to get a full std panel check as well as a hiv combo test asap. If your going to cheat on your wife, at least have enough respect for her by using a condom. Best of luck to you.
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