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STDs and condom rolls up

I had sex with a woman off tender and mid way the condom rolled up halfway but i rolled it down and my head and urethra were covered. I may have gotten her fluids on my bass but that's it. Is it possible i got a std like gonorrhea or chlamydia or trichomoniasis from this encounter? He vagina was tight that it started to pull the condom
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If the head of your penis was always covered, you can't get gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV, NGU or trich.

You could get syphilis, herpes or HPV, as those are spread by direct genital skin to skin contact, but I wouldn't worry a lot about that. Syphilis is uncommon, and your chances of getting herpes from a one-time, mostly protected encounter are low.

Have you been vaccinated for HPV? If you haven't, talk to your doctor about it.
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I have got my shot. Ok i heard that trich disappears in men, Is this true?
It can go away on it's own, or sometimes, the symptoms go away first and you can still have it. That means you could still transmit it.

If the head of your penis was covered, you can't have trich from this. If it wasn't, I'd be more concerned about chlamydia, which is more common than trich.
Ok last question,  even if she did have a STD like chlamydia, gonorrhea or trichomoniasis could i still have got it even though my urethra was covered? I asked someone on reddit and was told i can if some of her fluids got on my bass of shaft or balls and i got judged a bit where i feel shamed by those ppl for asking plus i heard it hard to detect trichomoniasis in men
Yeah, reddit isn't the kindest place to ask those questions, nor would I trust everyone who answers there.

The only concern for gonorrhea, chlamydia, trich, NGU, hep B, and HIV is if the fluid entered your urethra. Since the head of your penis was covered, that couldn't have happened. Fluid on the shaft or testicles doesn't transmit STDs.

It is hard to detect trich in men, but you don't need to worry about that.
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