I have to wonder why you are “certain” your husband has HPV, either oral or genital. Handsfield and I share the forum. However, questions about risk of exposure, or of infection if exposed, and about the potential future health problems of a particular STD — which is the case here — are always more or less identical. I found out you can get stds from oral recently. All types of viral hepatitis have been over-sold as STDs. I did not notice any discharge or redness and there is *no* pain during urination, but the tip of penis near the inner distal urethra seemed to be of continuous discomfort and hypersensitivity. But lets look at whay you say Mycoplsma Prolonged close contact?
But if you feel you need a negative test result for reassurance, you can have an HIV antibody test at 6-8 weeks or a combo test (antibody plus p24 antigen) at 4 weeks. Sometimes anxiety plays a role here. The chances are very low for a single encounter. Oral to penile transmission of HIV is extremely rare if it occurs at all. 2. For a brief moment I remember, during the movement, my toungue brushed across her underarm and I felt some small grown hairs touch my tongue. I was recently tested full panel a month ago and this is my first screw up this year.
I ask because I am trying to get back with an ex and don’t want to give her something that we’d both be asymptomatic for and destroy her reproductive health, mainly me going down on her frequently and giving her gonorrhea (she’s clean). I am going to wait a few weeks to do anything with her to make sure no signs of urethral gon, syph chancre, or HSV show, but is testing really warranted for this encounter? If you do that, and if you haven’t had any symptoms, you can expect negative results. Is there some danger I’m overlooking (I’m obviously no expert here).