You are assuming that the body has to "fight" HPV like it's the flu virus. That's not how it works. Just like most have no symptoms of HPV (and are unaware they have this virus unless they happen to see a wart or get tested for such), they are unaware that the immune system is clearing the body of this virus.
Assuming you waited the appropriate length of time for testing (i.e., if infected your body would have produced enough of these antibodies to be picked up by current testing methods) you do not have either HSV 1 or 2.
"1. Do you think is gono or Chlamydia, and if it is why didn't it go away"
Haven't a clue...and herein lies the problem of treating symptoms without an accurate diagnosis of the cause of such.
'2. What are the chances that I have herpes and have had no symptoms for almost 2 and a half months ?"
Again, an internet forum cannot guess on these chances although herpes does not result in a white pus like discharge but rather lesions.
"3.could it be balanitis, or tricho, if not what might it be?:
Possibly one or both; again, we have no idea. Your best bet is to do what you should have done back in July and are now doing; making an appointment to get this looked at and hopefully get an accurate diagnosis of the cause of these symptoms. Hopefully the source of this will be found during this appointment. Good luck!
(Sigh). Look; if you don't believe what you are told here then consider getting some STD testing. Not that you need it; what you were told in terms of "risk" was quite accurate. However, your guilt over this entire business is unlikely to leave you unless perhaps you get some testing that shows you are STD free.
Once again, whether you leaked precum or ejaculated plays absolutely no role in any of this. We're not talking about YOUR sexual fluids here; we're talking about whether this partner would have any (or blood for that matter) which, in an HIV positive individual would contain the virus.
He used his hands to stimulate you briefly by cupping your scrotum and stroking your penis briefly. As you wrote, his hands were dry. He had no cuts on his hands. He had no sores. He was not actively bleeding. You never came in contact with his blood, his sexual fluids, his saliva or any of his bodily fluids. Your only contact with him was through his hands and very briefly.
Please try to keep this in mind as you work through your shame over this.
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