No risk for STDs and no need for tests. Everything penetrative was protected by a condom, so you haven't been exposed to anything
I don’t have answers for you, but I feel for you as I have done similar thing for as you. I know your feeling of anxiety and being scared. Just wanted to say that.
No STD causes a feeling of coldness in the penis. I'd guess this is anxiety and a hyper-awareness of your genital area.
You had condom-protected everything. While there is still a very small chance you can get herpes, HPV or syphilis (I wouldn't worry about syphilis - it's uncommon, and you can only get it if your partner has actual sores), the chances are low enough that there's no cause for panic here.
Remember that guilt does not mean risk. Your guilt may cause your anxiety to make you think all kinds of things. These things will likely not be true. Anxiety can also cause actual physical symptoms. Keep that in mind should you start having any.
Any other STI tests I need to take? I want to be as sure as I can be. Since I do not want to infect my wife and complicate her pregnancy. I am also planning to get the full panel test again with 3months of post exposure date.
Thank you Auntjessie!! You have been amazing. I was in a bad place emotionally when this happened. I did not go in to do it. My wife has been my only partner until this encounter in my 10 years of marriage.
I agree to every word you said, but I do need a closure and confirmation of what I have and what I don't have, else I will not be able to move on. Hence, the testing.
I also have a sensation of a hot penis and a constant weird feeling inside my shaft. Also, it was burning when I ejaculated yesterday. Is it an infection? Should I get tested for trich or any other bacteria? How can I have an infection inside when the whole encounter happened with a condom on?
What kind of condom did you used?
You should get tested for EBV (could have reactivated). Also test for HHV-6 and CMV. These are all herpes viruses and spread even if you are wearing a condom (by skin touch). EBV will cause the same symptoms you are experiencing.