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Perineal twitching after unprotected oral sex?

I had sex with a stripper in germany on sunday. We performed normal, always protected sex, as well as protected oral sex from her side. But i also gave her UNprotected oral sex. A lot apparantly. And we also kissed. Since then ( 2 days ) i expierience discomforting twitches and spasms in the area of my perineum. If i would have to locate them they would be rather going a little up as well, through my scrotum, ending at the base of my penises shaft.
Already took magnesium. Is it an STD?

I figured it could also be because (this is a little embarassing) i somehow manage to swipe myself of so hard that it bleeds a little after i take a stuhl, and since that time my anal entrance has been hurting too..although that is really not related to that event.
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Answer is not going to change
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Not even when its somewhere underneath in the Urethra or anus/prostate location?
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Because it is not a symptom of a STD and that area can't be infected with a STD.
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And what makes you think that its not an STD?
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No one here can diagnosis you. This is a STD forum and we deal with STD risk. See a DR
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Okay..would still be happy if someone could explain me entirely, or may have an indicator from what it is coming from..
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Yes I am sure
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You sure? Its been 3 days since that happened and its still twitching all the time...
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No it is not a STD, not sure what would be the cause. See a Dr if concerned.
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Would be really happy to see an answer to this..
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