I had a sexual encounter with a married (since 25 years she told me but she had one lover in the mean time 1,5 years ago for a short time) woman a day ago and wanted to know of my risks regarding the details of this encounter:
3 times protected sex I'm 100% sure the condom was intact.
She didn't have any open sores and blisters around vagina and anus and also on lips.
She gave twice oral sex I think they lasted in total 5 mins without ejaculation.
Some brief rubbing with clothes on. Just once before I put the condom her vagina touched my shaft but I pushed her back and put the condom on.
I think the risk is only unprotected oral but should I get tested for this encounter?
Which STD risks do I have? Should I get tested?
I'm obsessed with the HSV thing. Is it really easy to acquire it and should I be really worried even if there are no visible blisters on my partners genitals or mouth in receiving oral sex?
Should I definitely rule out HIV ans Syphillis?
Gonnorhea and Chlamydia should show up in first 3-4 days or?
Thanks for your replies
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