Hi. I was drunk at a strip club and ended up making out with a girl there. We kissed and then she went on to give me a handjob using her saliva as lubrication. She did spit directly into my urethra. This happened around 2 AM. The next day I went for spicy Indian food and woke up the next morning 1.5 days after the incident) with a single open sore on the inside of my lower lip. I get canker sores a lot and didn't think much of it until I started worrying about possible STD's. The sore went away in 3 -5 days. Everything was fine until about 12 days after the incident when I felt achy and now have nasal congestion and a scratchy throat. No fever. My question is this. I read that a hj is low risk even with saliva as lubrication. Is that still true if she did spit directly into the opening on my penis? Also, is it possible that the mouth sore was from oral herpes? As I realize these risks I just keep searching for more information in order to try to understand what my risks were and what I should get tested for. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
A couple more pieces of information. I did not see any cold sores on her lips but they could have been inside. Also, the reason I mentioned the Indian food was because I read that spicy food can trigger canker sores, is this correct?
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