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    Right so in the last 2 months I had sex with a girl (protected), received unprotected blowjob from her, and then 1 month later I received unprotected blowjob from another girl.

    Went for a check to check the last encounter becuse I developed a strange itchy rash on my penis and a swelling. Bizarre experience. They looked at it and a second lady looked at my penis and said that they both don't think it's STI related. They took a swab from around the red swollen area which they said they'll test only for bacterial infection because it was not STI related. I took a urine test for the sake of it to check up on the second girl encounter more than anything because I wasn't worried about the first. I got a text today 'Please Make an Appointment in X X Clinic to review your results. Thank You.'

    Now previously at this clinic good news would read something like 'Your recent test results were negative.' All the time without exception.

    So now I'm ******** it. The thing is that I don't have unprotected sex ever and the first girl 2 months ago had only ever slept with her long term boyfriend before me.

    I don't know but I'm ******** it. Here's hoping it is to reveal some trivial bacterial infection such as yeast as opposed to chlamydia/gonorrhea.
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    Anyone? I'm crapping myself.
    Maybe she had a rotten tooth?!
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    Right so in the last 2 months I had sex with a girl (protected), received unprotected blowjob from her, and then 1 month later I received unprotected blowjob from another girl.

    Went for a check to check the last encounter becuse I developed a strange itchy rash on my penis and a swelling. Bizarre experience. They looked at it and a second lady looked at my penis and said that they both don't think it's STI related. They took a swab from around the red swollen area which they said they'll test only for bacterial infection because it was not STI related. I took a urine test for the sake of it to check up on the second girl encounter more than anything because I wasn't worried about the first. I got a text today 'Please Make an Appointment in X X Clinic to review your results. Thank You.'

    Now previously at this clinic good news would read something like 'Your recent test results were negative.' All the time without exception.

    So now I'm ******** it. The thing is that I don't have unprotected sex ever and the first girl 2 months ago had only ever slept with her long term boyfriend before me.

    I don't know but I'm ******** it. Here's hoping it is to reveal some trivial bacterial infection such as yeast as opposed to chlamydia/gonorrhea.
    It may be a formality with these sensitive tests. Also bear in mind that even if your tests were positive, that might only entail a bacterial infection, not necessarily an STD.
 
 
 
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