About two years ago I had unprotected oral sex and also likely had penis to vaginal contact but no penetration. About two days later I noticed my inner thighs felt really sore. This soreness started by me trying to go to sleep one night and my legs started twitching mainly in the inner thighs but also elsewhere all throughout my leg. This twitching eventually subsided but the soreness lasted for months and my legs have never really been the same. I have always not been as comfortable sitting straight up (there is no pain though). I went to my doctor and then eventually to a Urologist after my left testicle had developed Epididymitis. I believe I had Urinanalysis done but not Chlamydia or Gonorrhea check because there was no penetration.
This past weekend I had the same episode (unprotected oral sex and also likely had penis to vaginal contact but no penetration) and had similar symptoms as before with the thigh pain and twitching. I became really concerned because I thought I was over this.
My question is could I have had Chlamydia or Gonorrhea for about two years now and not even know? Or do you think this is something else? I went to my doctor and am going back Friday for bloodwork results. I don't even know if my doc is testing for Chlamydia or Gonorrhea in that test.
Welcome to our Forum. Your story is a bit difficult to follow. What I understand is that you received oral sex about 2 years ago followed by symptoms which included twitching of you inner thighs. This sort of muscle twitching is not suggestive of any typical STD and is likely unrelated to the exposure you report.
You also report that you developed epididymitis in the past. This may not have been an STD either- not all epididymitis is due to STD. either way, if a health care professional diagnosed you with epididymitis, I presume that you also were treated with antibiotics. If you were, this would have likely treated any STD present.
You now report that following receipt of oral sex and non-penetrative sexual contact with another person you again have thigh pain and twitching. I cannot tell you what is causing your thigh pain and twitching but I am confident that it is not an STD acquired through either your recent sexual contact or the contact two years ago.
As I said above, if you had epididymitis and were treated, it would have cured any STD present at that time. As for your recent exposure, as I said, there is little to suggest you have an STD. If you are nervous, you should get tested. I predict tests will be negative. EWH
Sorry, I am just a little nervous. Yes, I gave and received oral sex and also had some contact of genitals with no penetration.
Maybe I don't know exactly what epididymitis is? I don't think I was treated with any antibiotics. I just developed a heavier left side and was told to wear more briefs instead of boxers. There was never any pain except when I wore loose boxers where I noticed my left side was heavier and it felt uncomfortable.
I am sorry if I rambled. I was concerned when this sort of "flared" up again and thought maybe I found the issue.
Thanks a lot. This is a helpful forum. I only posted when I found something on epididymitis and thought it was related to me.
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