Ive had many protected encounters with csw's. However, the condom did not cover all of my shaft. Sometimes, it only covered half of my shaft. One time the condom even slipped, but i held it in order to prevent it from falling off. However, my penis shaft wasnt entirely covered. If I dont get symptoms, should i test?
Thank you. I have one more qs for you! Kindly answer.
I had a red spot / dot inside my urethra which gave me slight pain whenever my penis rubbed against my underwear. The pain was non existant while standing or walking but was there whenevr I was sitting. After 5-6 days this spot went away. Is this due to a STD?
I have one more qs pls!
A csw cleaned my penis with a wet wipe after I had protected intercourse with her. I doubt that her hands might have got some vaginal fluid when she removed the condom, and using those hands she used the wet wipe to clean her vagina (she cummed) and I think she used the same wet wipe to clean my penis as well. Further more, I had an abrasion just below my penis head. Am I at risk of STD's because of the abrasion or the wet wipe? Thanks
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