Brief unprotected oral (licks) / STD risk?

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dear all

recently had a brief unprotected oral from a sex worker who gave me licks (2-3) at the head which i stopped immediately.

its been 19 days since the incident and without symptoms, which i give thanks everyday

what are / were my risks, if any?

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  • Posted

    just get tested lmao

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    • Posted

      the chances of catching anything are low specially if u have no symptoms after 19 days the only risk would be herpes but again if sores are not present when givin oral sex the chances would be low i would wait until u develop symptoms before testing if everyone went to a clinic everytime someone licked there dick they would be over run with people

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      hey Kim, thanks so much for your feedback.

      i only received briefly and did not give. is there anything i should be looking out for from now?

      the worker did not appear to have any sores in her mouth / discomfort.

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      hi Kim,

      is there a timeframe for this?

      but generally like what you said, is not a definite to catch something and the risk is low for the brief exposure.

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    • Posted

      hey Kim,

      thanks for clarifying.

      i will test for the whole lot (common stds) after 2 more weeks for peace of mind.

      but is definitely great to hear is a low risk from the brief exposure.

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