It's already been answered pretty well, but I'll share experience that'll help you.SIGMA_1234 wrote: ↑Sun Sep 20, 2020 9:24 amFuck. Apparently I should have used a condom yesterday. And the thought that I might get an STD still can't escape my mind. What are the odds of getting an STD from one unprotected sex encounter, especially from a stranger?
She said she had one ex, and it was her 1st time to hookup with someone else. Also trained in HIV detection but last HIV test was 2017. But I don't know, can't fully trust a stranger's word. Help your bro out, because I am still freaking out.
You're freaking out over nothing.
Sure, go get tested and be more careful.
I'm riskier than most on here with sex. I (no vasectomy yet) fuck girls bare until I need to cum then I wrap it up and cum in the condom inside her.
I've had sex with over 120 girls (and hundreds of trans girls and guys, that's a story for another time) and the only STD I've gotten was chlamydia... once. Cured it with pills and I'm Gucci, although I'm due for another test just to be sure.
Sure, I could have gotten more. And sure, I should be more careful, and you shouldn't necessarily take the risks I take.
But what I'm trying to say is it's less of a risk than you think.
Plus my ex had kids with a guy who was HIV positive. She'd gotten tested over and over and over and it always came back negative (I wouldn't have dated her if she was positive.) Even though they dated for a while and had sex multiple times where he came inside her, she didn't get HIV.
I'm NOT saying take stupid risks. But what I AM saying is it's not a CATASTROPHE!!!! if you fuck without a condom. Especially if she's not confirmed positive. Even if she had something she didn't know about it's not a guarantee you get the STD she has.
Sure she might be, and you should probably be more careful, but you're freaking out over nothing here. HIV takes up to 3 months to detect, so get tested in a month for most things, then again in 3 months for HIV, then get tested every three months as a habit.