I was with a stripper, and I briefly sucked on her breasts and nipples for a few seconds, and then got scared and stopped quickly.
She kissed me but I pulled away after a few seconds as I was caught off guard and frightened.
I touched her vagina and got fluids on my hand. The stripper then inserted her fingers into her vagina for a bit, and shortly after, put her hand down my pants and manually stimulate my penis. She began to rub her vagina against my penis through my underwear. Eventually she placed my penis between her breasts and rubbed it until I ejaculated.
I saw her wipe herself off and then go directly and find another guy and take him into the room. I became extremely panicked that my experience with her may have been right after another guy did something similar to what I did, and am now completely panicked about STD's and what I could have gotten from her or a previous partner.
What am I possibly at risk for? I did not notice any type of lesions or open sores on her. There were no noticeable fluids on her when I was with her. I am totally panicking and having massive anxiety. I'm not sure what to do. I know the best thing is to get tested, but how long do I have to wait for whatever I may have been exposed to?
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