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I had unprotected sex once 5 days ago with stripper in Mexico and now I am freaking out I am planning to get tested on the 10 day for now everything seems normal… what are the odds of contracting something
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What type of unprotected sex did you have? Anal, vaginal or oral? Let's start there.
Vaginal and little oral
Oral Both ways
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Well, unprotected vaginal does have risks.

You can test for gonorrhea, chlamydia and NGU at 5 days.

You can test for HIV at 28 days if it is a 4th gen DUO test.

You can test for syphilis at 6 weeks.

You can test for herpes with a type specific IgG blood test at 12 weeks, but if you don't get symptoms, you might reconsider this. There are a decent amount of false positives on the hsv2 IgG test, and it can be very tricky and expensive to unravel that.
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Ok thank you this is the only time I have ever done this and I am freaking out…..just wish I knew odds I will be back in the state in Aug and just want to be sure I don’t have anything.
Just try not to confuse guilt with risk. :)
Thank you…..on more questions  if I get all testing done before August and all test results are neg should I have any further concerns… I should disclose for possible something was not detected or are the test reliable.
The tests are very reliable.

The herpes test misses 30% of hsv1 infections, but you don't mention oral sex, so hsv1 isn't a concern.

If your tests are negative in or around Aug, you're fine.
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