Didn't test for STDs after a potential exposure!!!

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Hello guys/girls 

I hope I am posting in the right forum. I had unprotected anal sex on 23/01/2014 and I was the receptive guy(am a BI male) from an anonymous encounter. I only tested for HIV after 3 months and it came back negative and Didn't test for other STDs (I regret not doing it). But at the same time I did not show anysymptoms for gonorrhoea and chlamydia or syphillis (syphilis). I am going in to test next week. My question is that is too late to cure the infection IF I test positive for them. I am not sexually active and that was my last encounter believe it or not. I am going to marry in 2 months and I want to make sure my past fun times don't affect my married life. Please respond asap. 

regards

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    As you have no symptoms it is highly unlikley that you ahve an STI and even if you had I believe that they are still treatable.

    Wise to have another test and you can always ask the doctor.

    Bisexuals have much more fun but do take care in future

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    Always best to have a sexual health MOT before settling down and having any unprotected sex with a long term partner. 

    I would say its extremely responsible of you and lots of other should take heed.

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    Hi, It is Not too late ( IF there is an infection).  Definitely be tested to ease your concerns so you can move forward without worry. Good Luck. 

     

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