With condom use, this is very low risk of any STD/STI.
I do not believe your current sore throat is related. How high is your temperature?
Your symptoms do not really align with an STD. If you have concerns though, then there is nothing to lose by having a panel including: HIV, Hep B/C, HSV2, syphilis, chlam, gon. You will need to wait until 12 weeks for Hep C HSV, and syphilis.
That's not much of a temperature! I suspect this is an unrelated minor illness.
Son, any recommended tests or nothing at all?
From this incident I think some would suggest no need for testing. Although you may regret the decision you did everything protected. You made the encounter as safe as you possibly could. (or perhaps she did, remember the girls dont know you either and want to protect themselves as well)
Hiv is a fragile virus and transmission is low in even in its best conditions.
I see no risk for hiv here. Gon and Chlam also no risk.
Skin to skin std's are of course possible but low risk. If you dont have sexual symptoms within the next 3 weeks I wouldn't be worried.
Most people in this situation its guilt and reget, std's are not out to get you. Bottom line evertyhing was protected. The only safer thing to do is abstain from sex altogether (boring eh!!)
For your own piece of mind get checked and then you can pout this all behind you. Good luck
Thanks for the answer Alan:
What symptoms are those?
Look, 14 days after the encounter i got a canker sore, and my temperature raise a little in the afternoons and nights (99-99.5) but i was feeling warm, and I sweated a little al night. It was not a rash, but there appeared a few small pimples in my neck and torso. As you could imagine I wall full of anxiety those days. All those "symptoms" lasted for 5 days, the canker sore and the pimples dissapeared and my temperature drop to again (99) in promedy.
Two weeks later I got this pharyngitis and I was prescribed with antibiotics. I'm taking them by now.
Do you see anything to worry about?
I would say say, regret, anxiety and guilt are you only real issues here.
Bottom line - Everything you did was protected. You dont know the escort had any infections. It might surprise you that most are not infected. The fact she used a condom for everything suggests she protects herself well.
Single exposures for any infection rarely lead to transmission. The fact you did everything protected makes the already low risk essentially zero.
The low transmission rates are usually based on studies where non infected partners sleep regulary with infected partners.
Even when infected a person is not contagious all of the time.
Canker sores are not STD specific, I get them periodically as do most of the world population.
Your temperature is almost certainly not STD related, far more likely a random air born virus you picked up.
If you need 100% assurance the only way is to go for a STD checkup. Would I be worried in your case? no I wouldnt.
If an event like this causes you so much anxiety afterwards maybe its better not to put yourself in this position again?