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going nuts here!!
« on: January 09, 2008, 10:35:49 AM »
hi all,

i have read many stories similar to mine and can almost read the verdict.

about 10 weeks ago i arranged and met an escourt, my first mistake  :'(.

to the chase, she put a condom onto my erect penis and proceeded to preform oral, while doing that i preformed oral on her for approx. 20 seconds. i could not see anything out of the norm as she was clean shaven and she was quite dry.
she was about to make me cum so then moved into vaginal intercourse with condom, this lasted about 2min.
she then removed condom and cleaned penis with toilet paper.

i then had a quick shower where i rinsed my mouth and face with water.

on arriving home 30min later, i had another shower and brushed my teeth.

since this, i have phoned her and asked her about her status and she said that she was negative and that her test was done 2 weeks before we met.

the problem is that i had a healing cold sore.
now 10 weeks later, i have sores on the corners of my mouth and on my top lip. last night while brushing my teeth, i notices 2 small red spot on the roof of my mouth....this has got me worried.

please advise.

please keep up with the good work.

many thanks
dumb ass.

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Re: going nuts here!!
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2008, 10:52:23 AM »

You didn't have a risk. Getting a blowjob, with or without a condom is not a risk. Protected intercourse is also not a risk. Going down on a woman is not a risk either, not even with cold sores.

However, you had no business giving oral to someone when you have a cold sore outbreak. Another name for cold sore is herpes - and you probably gave that woman herpes. In future, keep your cold sores to yourself.

You didn't have a risk for hiv. Keep using condoms for anal or vaginal intercourse and you won't have a risk in future either.

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