i am a 18 year old male. i'm also a type 1 diabetic.
a couple nights ago, i made the mistake of having unprotected sex with a girl. this girl is a sister of a friend of mine, and she's about 8 years older than i am. i don't necessarily trust the girl -- as in things she tells me. the night we had sex, it was really sloppy and there was a lot of rubbing of the head of my penis going on. she also performed oral sex on me, and she has a tongue ring(not even sure if that matters). that
s all that we did. so later that night the tip felt kind of sore. i was a little worried but assured myself it was from the roughness. usually when this happens, the pain goes away within a day. it's been two or three days and i still feel a slight stinging feeling, particularly on the underside of my penis right underneath the tip. i'm not sure that it's inside that i feel the stinging or outside, but i'd say it feels more like outside. it doesn't hurt during urination or ejaculation, and it's pretty minor feeling. it usually hurts when i touch it or when it rubs against my pants or leg.
i'm really worried about it, though, and i'm going to get tested soon.
i called her and asked her about the situation, told her what was going on. she told me she had been tested two months prior and only had unprotected sex with two other guys who were her long-time boyfriends at the time. i asked her what she got tested for, and she told me "everything". that scares me, because i KNOW you can't just get tested for everything in one test. she said she had a scare where she thought she had HPV (genital warts) but the results came back negative. i told her i'm going to get tested, and she offered to come with me blah blah blah... but then she calls back to tell me to let her know if i do have anything. i don't know.. it seems really fishy to me. i can't get tested for a while, so i'd like to get some opinions, hopefully, about what i may have and what i should get tested for. any input is appreciated.
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