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Small bump developed in mouth(inside cheek)

I had an exposure with masseuse on 27 Sep where the condom was broken for 15-30 seconds. I already developed a small blister in my mouth on cheek walls. Is this symptom of any STD?

What's the earliest I can check for common STDs except HIV?
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Small risk for std's as the condom broke. It woul be prudent to have a full std panel test after 6-8 weeks. Do not go symptom hunting. A test will give you a sure answer. Attcahed is a risk chart

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