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Burning sensation right at the inside of the tip of my penis

Hi,

I'm 21 and two nights ago I engaged in unprotected sex with a 40 year old woman along with two of my close male friends. This was my first sexual experience. All three of us engaged in sex with her and none of us used protection. My friends have engaged in various sexual moments before and i was the only virgin.
8 hours after the incident I noticed a burning sensation right at the inside of the tip of my penis. (edge of the urinary opening). The sensation is mild yet continuos. It doesnt seem to go off.
My first guess was it might be a urine infection, yet considering the situation im very afraid that I might have been prone to a serious STD. In fact im uncertain about a Disease which does not show symptoms right away.

Please advice me on this.
Thanks
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Well symptoms do not come on that quick for a STD, but you were sure at risk for them. I will give you testing times...oh and USE CONDOMS.

Gonorrhea and chlamydia-1 week
Syphilis-6 weeks
HIV and Herpes-3 months
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Was this a prostitute? Where did you find this woman?
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We met her at a club and she took us to her place
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and no she wasn't a prostitute. We had few drinks at her place and casually engaged.
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Thank you so much for your advice. Really appreciate your help. Just wondering if i should test myself for anything more?
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Test for whatelse??
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for an urinary infection for an instance?
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Gonorrhea and chlamydia are those
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Noted :) Thanks much again
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