im afraid i have and std! please help.. i had oral sex a week ago he didn't cum in my mouth but some came into my eye, 2 days after that my throat hurt and i got a headache, today I've been nauseous I'm really scared! PLEASE HELP do i have an std?
thanks a lot but I'm really panicking! not sure if over reaction or i do have something, is it a very low chance of contracting STDs by oral sex? he didn't cum in my mouth but came some in my mouth please help !
You are indeed overreacting. You are at an extremely low low risk for STDs, especially that you were the giver of oral sex.
The truth is you CAN be too safe when it comes to sex.
Here are some safey tips in particular order to avoid these STDs.
1) abstinence. (no sex)
2) masturbate if you can't hold it, and talk to your partner(s) about safe sex, testing and being faithful
3) use condoms especially especially for anal sex; condoms work.
4) used condoms for vaginal sex; condoms work.
5) use condoms for oral sex.
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