Ok so 2 nights ago I engaged in a sexual encounter with 2 escorts at the same time. Im worried because the 1st 20 or 30 seconds I recieved oral with no condom until my penis was erect and then the condom was put on and she continued. A condom was used at all times during vaginal sex and when I proceeded with the other girl a new condom was put on. The women provided the condoms and I even went as far to check to see if there were any holes in them after the fact. (Gross I know)There was no kissing involved and the whole episode lasted about 15 minutes. Im not sure what I put myself into but I feel ashamed and its driving me crazy. Im not sure If its just anxiety but my penis just feels "different" and Im sure after I urinate the pee drips longer than normally. It doesnt burn when I go or anything and there is no discharge either. What can it be? please help!
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