I am a 24 year old female.
I recently had the tip of a partners penis touch my vagina, for LITERALLY all of a second. He didnt penetrate into my vagina at all, it just touched the outside. I have not been with this person before and wanted him to get checked before I had any sexual activity with him. As soon as I was aware I moved away but i am just wondering what the chances are of contracting an STI from this, particularly Chlamydia. He had not ejaculated or wasnt even close. There is no reason why I should think this person has an STI but I am just very worried and concerned I would be grateful for any responses.
CHLAMYDIA IS AN STD IF U THINK FOR A SECOND U MHGT HAV IT U HAV TO GET TREATED RITE AWAY B-CUZ IT CN GET WORSE. BUT U CN GET IN INFECTION EVEN IF HE DIDNT PENETRATE THE BEST THING TO DO GO TO YOUR HEALTH DEPT. GET TESTED TO B ON DA SAFE SIDE HOPE THIS HELPS YOU.
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