I am having an anxiety attack so seeking some advice before I hit the dispensary for a test.
I had a sexual encounter 3 months ago with a csw where I was involved in protected oral , deep French kiss and also deep fingering. Till this day (3 months later) I do not see Any symptoms.
However I got tested for chlymedia,gonnaria 2 weeks later and HIV 3 months post exposure with all testing negative.
I did not get tested for syphillies.
Come past week my wife is having itching in the genital area. Please note that we never got involved in a any kind if a sexual encounter for the past 3 months.
I did not notice a sore or anything like that either in the pelvic/genital area or in the oral zone.
Do you advice me taking a syphillies test. Could the cause if the itching be syphillies.
most of our posters know their genital area so well they could recognize it in a photo line up. really, stop obsessing, call off the crotch watch and get yourself a better hobby than checking out your genitals :)
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