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My girlfriend gave me oral and she was kinda rough at, stretching the penis skin etc, and after she was done I went to the washroom and discovered there was a little blood coming out of the tip of my penis (meatus), I was very worried unitl I noticed it stopped and it was very little. Then on the next day I've noticed the tip of my penis felt kida tingley. So I checked myself and looked into the meatus down the ureathera and noticed I think she tore the tissue, that Ive noticed before inside that connects the opening of the penis wall to the other side, well that little skin tissues wasnt there, I think she tore that. Now my metus just opens up without any skin keeping it together. Should I be worried? or do I have a STD due to the tingley sensation?
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