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Unprotected Oral Sex

Hi everyone,

I was in Lisbon, in strip club, and I received unprotected oral sex from black girl.

I ejaculated in her mouth, she continues sucking, then she put my penis between his ****. In one moment, she was on my penis (in lingerie), and after that she continue sucking.

Few days after this, I had kidneys pressure, sore throat and I think I lose 1 kg. I have a wife, and I would like to resolve this as soon as possible. I'm very sorry for this and I feel very bad.

Do I have any risk of getting HIV or any STDs?

Today, I notice two acne on genital area.

Thanks for your answers.

Kind Regards,

Barkley
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Hi, they blocked a word you used, Where did she put your penis between what area? Oral sex is low risk but since your married test for the below at the correct window period.
1. Gono and NSU---7 days post exposure
2. syphilis---6 weeks
3. herpes---3 months
Again its for her protection.
dave
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Hi Dave,

Between her chest (boobs).

What about HPV? Is any possibility of that?

If I test myself after 4 days exposure, should I get reliable results on Gono and Nsu?

And last question, is syphilis common during oral sex (when receiving oral sex)?

Thanks,

Barkley
HPV can be oral, but that's far less likely than if you had vaginal intercourse with her. It's not something I'd worry about.

Syphilis isn't common, period, and less so for oral sex (everything is less common for oral sex except NSU, which can be caused by normal mouth bacteria entering the urethra).

Between her breasts is no risk for anything.

4 days is on the early side for reliable results, but since you are having symptoms, you should be seen. It could be a urinary tract infection or something else completely unrelated to this encounter.
Hi Jessi,

I have a wife and baby, so I'm worry that I can give my wife STD (HPV or any other).

When you say less likely, what that mean? Can you please explain me better?

Thanks,

Barkley
It means that oral sex is lower risk than vaginal or anal sex, and that the chances of anyone having oral HPV are lower than genital.

Here's a decent article on it, with some stats. There is still a lot we don't know about it, but I hope this helps - https://www.healthline.com/health/hpv-in-the-mouth#causes
Oh and the stats given are mostly for the US, but I'd imagine Lisbon has similar stats.
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