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    Had a one night stand last week..... and i'm worried about STDS.

    We had vaginal sex last thing and then first thing, and she gave me oral sex both times. And between these sessions we dry humped (still naked), cuddled, french kissed most of the night inbetween sleeping.

    In the first session the condom snapped in half while having intercourse which she noticed so we stopped the intercourse. But I don't know how long it had being split. In The second session everything was grand.

    Both blowjobs were without a condom.

    Sorry for all the details but I feel like they may help.

    Basically I have noticed on the front of my shaft i have like red brusies/patches that are worrying me. They're flat and not raised so I don't think they're spots of any sort. Also I feel as though I need to piss alot now and don't seem to be able to get a full erection at the minute.

    I'm wondering if the red bruises/patches are any of these:

    - 'love bites' from the oral sex (is this even possible)?
    - or because we had 2 very long sex sessions so skin has being worn down,
    - or because i had an erection for such a long time that bloods still visible or a clot down there so and i'm finding it hard to get an erection now.

    OR a dreaded STD which is worrying the most... should i get checked anyway or wait to see if the patches clear

    please read all to understand, any help will be appreciated and keep anoymnous!
    thanks
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    OR a dreaded STD which is worrying the most... should i get checked anyway or wait to see if the patches clear

    please read all to understand, any help will be appreciated and keep anoymnous!
    thanks
    as I have just mentioned in another thread, it's best to go to your nearest GUM clinic and get checked out, rather than trying to place blame on something you can't guarantee is the cause, only a professional can tell you. Best to be safe.
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      AS above - GUM clinic for you sonny boy.
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      ok thanks umm it has started to fade now ? should i still get tested

      for this 'GUM' clinic do I just need to book an appointment with them and say I'd like to get tested for STDs?

      i've entered post code in on this site http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories...lHealthService but i think i'll wait till im back at uni to get tested in jan because i really don't want my parents knowing , my mother still thinks im all innocent
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        ok thanks umm it has started to fade now ? should i still get tested

        for this 'GUM' clinic do I just need to book an appointment with them and say I'd like to get tested for STDs?

        i've entered post code in on this site http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories...lHealthService but i think i'll wait till im back at uni to get tested in jan because i really don't want my parents knowing , my mother still thinks im all innocent
        if you go somewhere local your parents still won't ever know.
        unless you ask them to drop you off and pick you up!
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        if you go somewhere local your parents still won't ever know.
        unless you ask them to drop you off and pick you up!
        Yeah dude just do it local like Jamie said, it's your right and it's confidential
       
       
       
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