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Confused/Scared after seeing a sex worker

Hello, i saw a sex worker a little more than 5 weeks ago, in the time from then to now i have out myself throughthe ringer mentally thinking that i may have caught herpes. Truth be told, i dont really understand how that works. I visited my doc shortly after because i had irritation on my foreskin (she performed unprotected oral on me, protected intercourse, and some kissing, nothing too heavy), the doctor swabbed and it cane back negative for herpes. I read there are timetables for tesfing for this, I'm approaching what is suopisedly the 96% accuracy timeline...anyway, with this said, i cureently feel pain on my lower right lip, nothing visual, been going for 2 days now, ive had everhthing ranging from itching anf burning lips to irritation in ny genitals. Im a mental wreck, and i must admit that reading the symptoms may have been a mistake. What would be the possibikity i could be exoeriencing "prodrome" before something occurs? Ive been stressed and nothing has appeared so far. Please help. Thank you for reading.
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Also, my main concern is i have started dating the girl of my dreams....im avoiding her at all costs because i dont want to kiss her if something is going on...something about shedding that can be passed on.
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Sounds more like anexity, none of this sounds remotely like herepes or anything like any std
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Additionally herpes doesn't take 5 weeks to show. Blisters are present in a very high percentage of people by 20 days after exposure
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