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Can these things cause STI's

I have a question to see if I should get checked for any STI’s

I have a male friend I have been hanging out with and I don’t know his sexual history too well.

He ate me out. He also touched his genitals and fingered me a couple of time. We never had sex.

Also if me and groups of friends occasionally smoke together and share the roll could that be anything either.

I have gotten 3 HPV shots. I know that prevents HPV but I don’t know if that prevents other things.

I have done some internet searching and have seen that if I were to have gonorrhea or chlamydia that there would be symptoms. Also if I were to have sypillis there would be some botches on my hand or something. I just want to know if those things listed would possible contract HIV or other STI/STD’s.

I’m a 18 yr old girl and don’t know much about sex and don’t think I should be having it until I’m completely ready. We just wanted to try some things out and now I am scared.

Please advise and let me know if any of these things I should get checked out about.
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Your activity was unlikely to result in an STI. FYI, chlamydia sometimes presents with no symptoms. It sounds like you are going to become sexually active in the next year, so it would be a good idea to strike up a relationship with a gynecologist for an annual checkup. Planned Parenthood would do the same.

It's a good idea to discuss sexual history before becoming involved. It's also best to agree to a monogamous relationship, with notification if there is any straying.
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Thank You for your responds. Why do you think it is unlikely?
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