Hoping anyone can offer advise & calm me down. I know it was a stupid mistake.
Unprotected oral from an escort - at the 9-10 day mark after the event at the moment. No major symptoms apart from the feeling that I have not finished urinating properly with some left in my penis/slight urine dribble.

Read up a lot on the forums and it seems like the anxiety and stress could bring these on.

What are the chances that I have caught anything? Awaiting test results back to confirm and am having antibiotics tomorrow
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replied April 2nd, 2016
Hello,
An oral sex carries a minimal risk of transmitting STD s as the saliva doesnot allow any organism to survive inside the mouth cavity.Saliva has some powerful antibacterial as well as antiviral agents which could kill any infective agents.
Probably,your urinary problems could be due to stress as you also thinking.
I suggest you to await for the screening reports though I am pretty sure those will be negative,provided you were negative previously.
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Dr Sanjoy


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