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I very recently had unprotected oral sex (give and receive) with a partner who I came to find out has had many partners in the past month. Again, oral contact only. Within 24 hrs after, the tip of my penis has had a dull pain/burn. It is now pushing 72 hrs and the same holds true, with no change. I don't have any sores, discharge, nor does it hurt to urinate. Basically, the dull pain/ache/burn seems to just constantly nag me. Anyone experienced similiar symptoms? I worry I might have a STI, but also wonder if it's my mind playing games due to the scare of getting one?
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