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Received Unprotected oral sex from gay ; no ejaculation

I am male of 25 years. Yesterday I received a oral sex from a gay of 30 years. He is married and his wife is pregnant. He did for 2-3 mins and no ejaculation is done.
My penis is unprotected at that time.
What is chance of STD effected for me..?
This is my first time and bit scared...
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Receiving oral sex exposes you to gonorrhea, syphilis and herpes, but the risk is really low. If you are concerned, you can test as follows:

-Gonorrhea, 3 weeks after the encounter.
-Syphilis, 6 weeks after the encounter, and if you get a negative result, repeat the test 3 months after the encounter, as there are people that take longer to show a positive result.
-Herpes, 3 months after the encounter.

All the best.
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Today I had a burning sensation after urination... I am worried.. In past 7 days of exposure only once I got this problem.. Can this be a symptom of STD??
Can anyone help me with this.. As mentioned above, can this be a symptoms of STD? I am really worried.. This is my first encounter
If it happened only once , and it is not consistent, I wouldnt worry about it.In general insertive oral sex(receiving blwojob) is less risk, compared to the person giving blowjob.
If the burning is consistent and it has been there for 2 days or still present, get checked.It might be more like UTI.
Do not worry, the STDs that you are at risk are easily treatable with simple antibiotics.
I would recommend urine test ot swab test, if the symptoms are still present.
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