Penile discharge within 24 hours from sexual encounter!

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I had an encounter with a stranger woman, there was deep kissing, brief oral sex (giving and receiving), especially receiving was very brief (like 10 seconds), then there was vaginal sex, we used a condom.

only 15 hours later, i started having penile discharge, its been going for 2 days now, very little, colorless, odorless, looks like pre-cum. there are 0 other symptoms (yet), no pain whatsoever or itch or rash or anything. just the occasional discharge.

now my question is, is it possible that this is not STD related? i feel like its important to highlight that i feel very anxious and stressed about it, even before having any symptoms. i am in a relationship and worried sick that i get caught. i know its fairly easy to get anonymously tested and receive treatment if found carrying an STD. but i dont necessarily have this luxury, if sex with my partner came up it would be hard to dodge for a long while. ultimately i will be tested, but most common STDs wont come up positive in tests until 2-3 weeks after infection.

i looked onlilne and couldnt find any cases where discharge started happening this soon after the encounter. could it be my mind is playing tricks on me?

many thanks

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  • Posted

    Gonorrea discharge is intense

    Chlamidia discharge is less , little

    UTI discharge can be little too.

    Check for one of these with tests , but I hope it's nothing

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    • Posted

      Infections will not resolve by themselves ,they become chronic and you can infect others .

      If you find an infection the doctor will give you the right medication.

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      thank you, since my last comment (6 days now) there has been no symptoms, im starting to think it was nothing. should i still be worried or should i let go?


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