First off, thank you for this service. 4+ weeks ago I received an uprotected blowjob from a man. I am a heterosexual male. It lasted about 2 min not to completion. At exactly 4 weeks, last Saturday, I noticed an abrasian on the meatus of my penis (on the skin at tip). It was sensative to the touch. It looked like a small cut or abrasion, only a few mm. I had been wearing a wet bathing suit all day and I'm thinking it had become chaffed. It only hurt for a day and looked like a really tiny cut (bright red, no visible blister) and after 4 days (today) it appears as two little flecks of dried blood. I am worried I contracted something from this exposure. I have no other symptoms.
1) What are the chances, this is due to this sexual encouter? I have no other symptoms.
2) Should I be worried about other STDs from this encounter?
I am very worried because I have been recently married and I don't want to pass anything onto my wife.
You have nothing to worry about. Four weeks after a sexual encounter you experienced irritation and chafing at the urethral meatus with an excellent explanation (bathing suit chafing). This fits much better than STD. The only STD which would even be vaguely similar to your description is herpes and the differences between herpes and what you describe are huge. For example, herpes would be expected to be far more long lasting for an initial episode, to be more external and more extensive than what you describe and to be associated with vesicles (water blisters). Your chances are virtually zero. You have nothing to worry about and you do not need testing. EWH
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