I am a 21 year old male who recently engaged in an abnormal random hook up with someone who has a reputation for being highly sexually active. I was sure to use protection during intercourse and there was only about 15-20 seconds of mouth to penis contact. Since then i have had no problems with urination, fliud discharge, or anything within the genital area but i have had some serious burning on my tongue. I noticed this pain about two days later and it has persisted for the last 5 days. It isnt so much in my throat but more my tongue. I noticed that my tongue appears to be white a lot of the time unless i drink some kind of fluid and i have also noticed small white bumps on the outside areas and bottom parts of my tongue. I didn't perform oral sex on her but i did kiss her for a while as well as suck on her nipples. I did kiss her stomach and within the vaginal region but i didnt put my mouth to her vagina. My questions are:
what is your personal diagnosis of the bumps and this pain?
should i be worried of an uncureable sexually transmitted disease?
What steps should i follow to fixing this problem?
Thank you so much for your help, it is greatly appreciated.
No STD causes the symptoms you describe. Most likely they are entirely unrelated to the sexual exposure you describe. See a health care provider if the symptoms persist, but don't worry about STD as a cause.
I'm a gay white male, who has been having unprotected oral and anal sex with a new partner for the past 2 months. I have performed oral sex upon my partner numerous times. Since our last hook up, I've recently experienced the following symptoms: feeling of burning on my tongue, initially the whole tongue turned white and now I'm starting to see small red spots in the middle back part of my tongue (2 days since contact). Does anyone konw if there are a symptom of an STD? Thanks.
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