I had unprotected sex with a guy on 1/4 but the duration was 5 minutes and he wasn't even close to ejaculating. I asked him if he ever got tested for STDs and he told me the last time he got tested was december 2 and it was all negative. He even told me what he got tested for and what kinds of tests he got done. I asked him who he previously had sex with (he doesn't midn talking about it) he said the last unprotected sex was his ex girlfriend in september and the last protected sex was in October. He told me he enjoys getting tested because he likes to know if he is clean or not. he also told me he rarely has sex with random women and awlays uses condoms, but, he made a mistake with me which he feels bad for. Also, I had sex again on 1/6 but we use condoms. On 1/8 I called my OBGYN for light itching and odor, she daignosed me with a yeast infection over the phone, but, I don't think I had a true yeast infection but I took the medicine anyway. I went to my OBYN to get tests on 1/16 for STDs. I am really nervous. Should I ask both guys to get tested again. What is my risk?View Thread
I got diagnosed with BV (over the phone) by my gyno. I got tested for STDs on 1/16 all negative but I am still just so nervous. I posted a discussion before which i explained that I had unprotected sex on 1/4 with a guy who got checked december 2 and had negative results results for all tests (he had unprotected sex with his ex girlfriend in september). Then I had sex again with a different guy 1/16 but with a condom. After I had sex I thought I had a yeast infection so my doctor prescribed me (over the phone again) diflucan, I don't think I had a true yeast infection. But after a week I called my gyno and said I had a yellow tich discharge with a really really bag tart/fishy smell so she prescribed me clindamycin. I never had BV before and I have a bad habit of researching conditions online and all I see are bad things. I feel disgusting and alone at time because of this. I have gotten to know the guy I had unprotected sex with better because we've been hanging out (we don't have sex though) which makes me feel a little better but I never had BV or heard of it! I have anxiety over it because I keep thinking bad things. I can't get tested for HIV until april also which makes me really nervous. Does anyone have any insight for me as to what could have caused the BV? Was it the different sex partners even though one had a condom, is it from diflucan, do I really have an STD, or could it be from cleaning my vulva with wet wipes when I was on the Diflucan? Someone please help.View Thread
Thank you Jane. I got tested all my tests were negative. But I am just nervous because my doctor told me I had bacterial vaginosis. I never had this before and I feel weird about it. I keep searching things online and seeing bad things about it. I don't know if I got because of how many times I had sex with that week or if I actually do have an STD. I can't test for HIV again until April which I am really nervous about. He said he was negative when he got tested December 2 but I am still just really nervous. I have gotten to know him better because we've been hanging out (he didn't even try to have sex with me again) which kind of makes me feel comfortable. I am just so nervous about this BV because I never even heard of it. Do you have any insight on this for me?View Thread
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