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STD or ANXIETY

Good Day All

2 weeks ago I had protected sex with a stripper in a Strip club (Stupid I know)
However, after I was done She removed the condom with a napkin. With the same napkin she gripped my penis to wipe off the residue however in doing this I believe I've been infected with an std. 4 days later I have an irritation in my urethra after urination and also during other parts of the day. I've been to a clinic, and now have to wait at least 7 days for my results. can anyone shed some light on this situation. am I being reasonable considering the circumstances
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I do not think that it is an STD. It could be but from the amount of contact I would think that it is something else.

You had protected sex which is good, just pulling the condom off with a napkin and then touching you with it really is not the way STD's would be transmitted.

Based on your symptom it could be an STD like gonorrhea but like I said the transmission would not be very likely based on the information above.
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so your saying that there could still be a chance and that it is possible...

Thanks for the insight,
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Just about anything is possible, but highly unlikely. It is not something to be concerned about. I can't give a probability but I am sure you would be one of the first to have that happen.

STD's do not travel by touch and they also die when outside of the body. So for an STD to be transmitted to the napkin and then to your penis and make it's way into your utheria and cause an infection...well how about 1,000,000,000,000 to 1. That is not a true scientific number but STD's just don't get passed the way you came into contact with some vaginal fluids.

Another thing to remember is that most people don't have STD's and people who use condoms are less likely to get an STD.
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I will keep that in mind Vance2335, I truly appreciate it, I guess the hardest part now is waiting for the test results, in all honesty if I didn't have any symptoms this would not even be an issues. This is definitely a lesson learned the hard way...
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Your actions were not really risky at all, you were smart and used a condom. I know some women that have been with a ton of guys but always protected and have never caught a thing.
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