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heavy period

its now been a month since my encounter, i have been have a sorish neck/throat but again dont know wat it is. i have several small red dots near the back of my tounge, not sore r anything i just havent noticed them b4 but i was never lookin 4 them b4. my g/f has also benn complaining of having a very heavy period and im wondering now if that would be a symptom of an std, please and thanks for info
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You've had numerous of post on the herpes and STD forum, the answers are not going to change and your stress level is not going to get any better no matter how many times you ask.

Your encounter was a low risk encounter it is actually more of a risk for the female to give oral then a male. However you were a risk for some STDs although low

HSV- testing at 12-16 weeks with a type specific IgG test.  12 weeks if you get the Herpeselect test
Syphilis- 6 weeks
Gono- 5-7 days
Trich- 5-7 days.
HPV is not a concern for oral... very low risk to low to worry about
Chlamydia is an extremely low as it has not been proven to be transmitted via oral but if testing 5-7 days

The stress level you have with this encounter and the anxiety of infecting your partner is most likely the cause of your "symptoms" stress and anxiety can cause unwarrented symptoms. the red dots in the back of your tongue is normal. Having a heavy period does not indicate anything except that she is not pregnant.

Please relax and stop asking questions until you get fully tested for those STDs.

But if you feel the urge to ask more questions please ask in one post as having different post makes it difficult for us who are answering
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ok, sorry, thanks for ur help.
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