Hi everyone, I was reading few topics here and thought i would ask your suggestion
last week i had intercourse with a stranger for 10-15 mins i did not ejaculate and i did have condom on all the time i did not have unprotected oral sex or unprotected sex to be frank this was my first time i ever had sex with a stranger i have been with a single partner all time so i never even had to get any tests for std's...so having said that everything was protected...i did not ejaculate somehow i did not want to and cleaned myself immediately with sanitary wipes around my genital area i did not kiss her on the lips nor did i perform oral on her i did kiss her neck and breasts that's it...the next day i felt guilty because this all happened when i was drunk so i started feeling weird and started scaring abt HIV or STD's mainly about herpes/HIV....i am having itchy feeling all over the body i do not see any rashes though...i have itching on my thighs,bum's,nose,lips,chin,cheeks,scalp , on the back and on chest also...i am too scared are these symptoms of any std's? I am planning to see the doctor too this week or the next week the itches come and go away not very bad yet please help meView Thread
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