Did you use a condom?
Tingling is a really vague symptom and is often from anxiety and a hyper awareness or focus on the area.
Seemingly peeing more might be from irritation from being so very drunk - alcohol is very irritating to the bladder and urethra. Drink lots of water, avoid alcohol and caffeine and see if that helps.
That said, even from unprotected oral, you are at risk for gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis and genital herpes type 1 (if you don't already have oral herpes type 1).
Syphilis is uncommon in developed countries like the US, Canada, the UK, countries in Europe, etc. I wouldn't even worry about that, plus you wouldn't see symptoms of that yet.
Oral sex is lower risk than vaginal or anal sex, and most experts don't think one act of unprotected oral warrants testing.
Since we already know that you're going to worry - you already are lol - you can test for gonorrhea and chlamydia at 7 days, syphilis at 6 weeks.
Herpes is tricky because the blood tests aren't great. The herpes type 1 IgG misses a full 30% of infections. Also, 67% of people under 50 have hsv1 orally, and the vast majority never get symptoms.
If your type 1 test comes back positive, it only tells you that you have it, not where you have it.
Also, it's often run with the type 2 IgG, and that has false positives. If you don't get symptoms, it's okay to just skip that test.
If you didn't use a condom for the vaginal sex, you can test for HIV at 28 days with a 4th gen DUO test. Keep in mind that most people do not have HIV. Or herpes. Or whatever you are thinking about.
There is no test for men and HPV. If you used a condom, they offer significant protection against syphilis, herpes and HPV, but not 100%.
Take a deep breath. Whatever happens, you'll be okay. Don't beat yourself up. You had sex. I don't know if you went outside a relationship, and that's causing all this turmoil, but if you are normally this anxious, it's time to talk to a doctor about it.