Hey im 22 fromm massachussets and have been scared now for a few weeks.
I really screwed up by visiting a prostitute that was definetly carrying some disease but i dont know what.
The moment i arrived at her apartment i should have turned around and walked out the damn door but i was too horny i guess and i ignored the red dot rash and white tounge she had and proceeded into my undeniable stupidity.
i tryed to be as safe as i could and figured rubbing our areas togehter wouldnt cause infection i mean she had a thong on and i didnt thing that if ishe was wet the fluids could infect me but i didnt think about the fluids touching the tip of my uerethra.
now im scared also she masterbated me with a condom she had becuase i demanded she used a condom and i dont even know if the condom was a used one becuase it looked all orange and rusty to me.
now a week after the incedent io broke out with a identical rash that she had on her all up my sides of my body thyat didnt itch and lasted a week total.
it faded away and i just forgot about it i guess and moved on.Now 8 weeks later i broke out with a burning itchy rash on my legs that has been there for 3 weeks and i went to er and they perscribed predisnone and now i fear that if i test it wont be accurate as im taking a steroid.
im so scraed becuase this girls tounge was white she had a rash that i developed later on i also had a period where i had frequent urination for 2 weeks that went away oin its own.
i was tested for all std besides hiv and all negative.
im so scraed right now this girl had all kinds of meds next to her bed i should have just walked away but i didnt. :(
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