|Vaginal Sex with Condom. Oral Sex without Condom.
Feb 25, 2013
Background: I am a 24 year old male. Into females.
Episode: On February 18th/19th, I had an encounter at a massage parlor in the Philippines. First, I received oral sex from a girl without protection and engaged in vaginal sex WITH protection. Then I was cleaned up with a alcohol-filled towel. In addition, a second girl came in and also gave me oral sex without a condom. I also had vaginal sex with her WITH protection, but did not ejaculate the second time. I was cleaned up again, and received a handjob to end it. I fingered the first girl and might've accidentally touched my mouth.
Note: No kissing was involved.
Question: I have been worried this whole time for STD's and HIV as I returned back home in the US. I have read countless articles on STD's and HIV and understand that there is a low risk for HIV... but I just wanna know my risks. I haven't felt any symptoms, except paranoia. I want to get tested on the 2nd week..is that too early? I'm asking because my girlfriend will be back. (I regret the encounter..)Please help. Thanks in advance.
| Response from Mr. Cordova
Transmission of HIV would be unlikely in this situation, as would the transmission of most other STD's. using a condom for all acts of penetrative sex is the best way to protect yourself against HIV and many STD's.
At 28 days, you can go in for a full STD panel. If all of your tests come back negative then you can go in for a final screening at 90 days.
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