My question is about getting masturbated and having protected oral sex.
A low class cheap street sex worker gave me a handjob and a blowjob with condom.. She masturbated herself and then put on the condom with same fingers.. She had vaginal secretions on her fingers.. She unrolled the inside of the condom on her fingers leaving the fluids on the inside of the condom and made me wear it. Could the penis masturbation and protected oral have "massaged" the any virus or bacteria from her vaginal fluids into my penis? I saw some red lesions/bumps on her pubic/vaginal area..perhaps she had herpes
I am afraid... Do I need any testing? This is my only exposure outside my 14 years marriage.. will I ever be able to have unprotected sex with my wife without fear of infection?
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