Hello, I wanted to ask a question to find out if I have some sort of std..I had relations with a woman and I was a little drunk and i do not use protencion and i do oral sex more lasting as 30 seconds... and barely knoe that Girl as a month leave me a white bumps in my tongue only hurt when I rub them on my tooth and they dissapear in three or four days and they apear in the side of my tongue ... and that hapend 4 months and ago... but nothing apear to be wrong wu\ith miy pennis its only on my tongue... but sometimes it hurts my bumps my thoat does not hurts i dont have fever or anything is just my tongue.... can u help me... they just white....
If they keep coming and going, you should test for HSV 1 & 2. It is possible though rare for a person to get it from giving oral sex without visible outbreaks. That is the only possibility I can think of at the moment.
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