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Oct 21, 2012
Hi how are you? My story is really weird, I have a girl friend that's an escort, and recently we had sex, most of the time protected but unprotected (she has unprotected sex only with me and her boyfriend according to her) like for 20 seconds or maybe less, one thing I noticed Is that there was a very strong smell coming from her vagina, I thought that maybe it was a vaginal infection and I was very horny so I kept having sex with her with the condom. It's been three days since that happened and I'm noticing some weird symptoms in my anus, yeah in my anus, and she never ever touch it, I'm not a homosexual and I've never had receptive anal sex, but I'm having a discharge that smells exactly like her vagina that day, this is really weird, since like I said she never touched my anus, what can that be? I have no symptoms in my penis that may indicate that this is a gonorrhea infection or something like that, but I'm really worried, how could this happen? My anus, as far as I can recall was never in contact with her fluids, also my groin nodes are swollen. What's my risk of getting HIV from the situation I describe and if I got some STD? Thank you for your answer I'll donate, but please answer, I'm really anxious right now.
Response from Dr. Wohl
This is not HIV but you should go to an STD clinic and be tested for other sexually transmitted infections. DW
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