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Oral sex on a CSW - please help

About 5 weeks ago, I had oral sex with a CSW and protected sex.
After a 3 or 4 day I got mild sore throat, slightly raised lymph nodes in the neck hard to tell and difficulty swallowing, on certain days I feel totally wiped out and unwell, then back to mild sore throat, and difficulty swallowing.

I 've also had dry mouth but think this may be anxiety. All these symptoms come and go to a degree, the uvula is always slightly irritated, but this also seems better in the morning and then worse through the day, again salt gargles help
After 1.5 week after from the encounter I found a hard lump in mouth, no pain under the front inside gum line - of this I had blood tests about 15 days after the encounter, full blood count, WBC – all came back normal no increase in WBC and no signs bacterial ( not sure how they check that), I’m told I’m just run down and need to rest.
I also have an inflamed front lip which does not go way, after I do salt gargles the mouth feels better, dentist said it not thrush, no spot etc, it like extra loose skin on the bottom lip
About 6 days ago I’ve started to experience very mild burning on the penis head when I need to pee, not while I’m peeing, otherwise it seems fine, no discharge or enlargement – all fine.
I cannot go tested at the moment, as I have lot of people over holiday period will have to wait another 2 weeks.

To top off, I’ve got sinus issues which I’m taking antibiotics, penicillin, 7day course to try and rid my sinus issue hoping that it will also rid the other issues I have.

Does anyone know what type of STD this could be, going out of my mind

Due to cirmestances I cannot go get tested for another couple of weeks, I'm at loss what this could be
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If you had oral sex you were exposed to gonorrhea, syphilis and herpes. Symptoms you describe cold be STDs or could be anything else. You should test as follows:

-Gonorrhea, 3 weeks after the exposure.
-Syphilis, 6 weeks after the exposure.
-Herpes, 3 months after the exposure.
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