I just need to have some reassurance, I gave unprotected oral back in early August and was tested for gono and chlamydia, both came back negative. I have yet to test for syphilis or HIV.
But just last week, I gave unprotected oral again to a different person, who was not my partner. So i'm just a bit on edge and just unsure. I'm not sure if it was there prior to the encounter or after, but on my cheek I noticed a bump. Throughout the day I would check and noticed that it started to have a white layer on top. Just of 2 days ago, it went away, and all i'm left with is a small painless bump.
I already have an appointment to go see a doctor tomorrow morning to get it checked out. But from what i've described, is this a high risk of getting an std?
I understand. But from what I've explained, am I at a serious risk?
From the bump on my cheek does it sound like anything? I've researched what a chancre looks like, and what it started off initially looks nothing like what a syphilis chancre looks like. It's just now a small painless bump on the side of my cheek.
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