Yesterday(4th of July), I engaged in a french kissing and my partner actually spitted into my month.I`m so so worried about getting any kind of disease,since I have no idea whether he is sexually healthy or not .I don`t have much information about sexually transmitted diseases either,so I don`t know what I have to do.Please help me..
If he was even infected, which I doubt he was, you would never know with chlamydia and gono. If he had sores or blisters around his mouth or in it, there could have been a possibility for HSV-1 or Syphilis (although that is really rare). You are fine.
Thanks...I hope so...I'm so naive about sex and things related to it!! I didn`t feel bad till this morning when suddenly it came to me that why he spitted into my mouth??!!! Then I was terrified...Thanks again for your answers...
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