Thanks for posting in a new thread. Sorry I couldn't respond to your several attempts to post your question as a comment in other threads. Because "thread jumping" diverts the discussion, it is unfair to the original questioner.
For what it is worth, in my 30+ years in the STD field, I only saw one patient (back in the 1980s) who was unlucky enough to catch an STD the first time he or she had sex. Most likely you aren't the second. Many young people grow up in today's world with an inflated notion of the STD/HIV risks associated with sex, and it sound like that applies to you. For example, heterosexually transmitted HIV is rare in the US, in the absence of bisexuality, drug use, and certain other high risk situations (which by and large don't apply to college students).
Most important, your risk of catching HIV or any STD probably was very low, based on your lack of typical STD symptoms, your negative test results, and your partner's sexual history. That said, her recent normal pap smear doesn't say much; but if that exam included STD tests in addition to the pap smear itself (as it usually does), then it probably offers still further reassurance that she didn't have anything for you to catch.
My advice is that from a strictly medical perspective, you don't need any further evaluation or testing. However, you would do well to speak with a knowledgeable health care provider about the real risks, safer sex, and the like. Such service probably is available at your institution's student health clinic, which in recent years have become excellent and generally very reliable sources of STD clinical care and prevention advice. Don't be embarrassed about it; trust me, they have heard it all before; and they hear stories more or less like yours all the time.
Bottom line: Relax, seek out reliable information, and don't lose sleep over this event. Good luck-- HHH, MD
PS: There. That was worth the $10 donation, wasn't it?
Yes doc it was....you know this is Ironic but for some reason now i feel liek i may have a small irritated rash on my hands....on the tops of my knuckles and it feels like their a bit swollen...the rash if there is any is very hard to see and i suppose coudl be my imagination, but since its only been a week from exposure would that be too soon and secondly if not accompanied by flu symtoms wouldl you say any rash would be a coincidence?
There is no STD that can cause a rash like you describe, especially this soon. It is a coincidence. Do not be tempted to attribute every minor body ache and pain or other symptom to your sexual exposure. Every symptom or seeming medical problem you get for the rest of your life will be totally unrelated to this event.
Thank you for your expertise doc it is apprecciated have a good one