STD Results Question

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I just received my STD results which came to be negative. However my slight concern is that my latest exposure was around 5 days ago and another was 11 days ago. I had a condom on both with street hookers one of them I had intercourse and with one only a b******b. Am I safe or do I need to check again after a couple of months ? 

I did the HIV duo quick test as well 

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    It would make sense to keep this on the same thread, but like I said on one of the other threads, there's almost no chance you could have picked up an STI.  If you want to be 100% sure, you could test again after three months, but personally, I wouldn't bother.

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      Thank you for your reply. Sorry I'm a little new to the website.

      I will test again in 3 months, but in your opinion if I had something would it have shown on this test? 

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      If you were using a condom, there's almost no chance you could have picked up an STI anyway, but some STIs don't always show up within 5 days, so if you want to be 100% sure, you'll have to test again.

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    I think you should be ok because oral sex would only cause and STI not an STD...

    If you want my honest opinion, i would suggest NOT having sex with street hookers.

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      Cancel that.. I just read hsv1 can be transferred oral. I have hsv2 so i dont know much about the oral one.

      Sorry for misinformation. Hope your tests are 100 percent accurate.

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    Some test take longer then a week to show. Did u use a condom when doing oral?
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