Welcome back to our Forum. I'll be pleased to comment. I have not heard of receiving oral sex over underwear without direct mouth to skin contact. Having said that, this exposure was extraordinarily low risk. STIs are typically not transmitted through clothing, even when the clothing is wet from genital secretions or saliva. When you add this to the already very low risk for STI for oral sex as described as part of your last interaction with Dr. Handsfield, you have little to worry about.
1. am i at risk? if i am what stds or stis?
See above, this is a virtually no risk event.
2. should i be tested ?( im thinking of going to the closest hospital in the morning just to be safe) and get my results in 2-4 hours.
I see no medical reason for testing. If it would help you in terms of anxiety, testing at any time more than 2-3 days after exposure will provide valid, reliable results.
2B. tomorrow tuesday will be the 5th day is that enough time to detect G/C - NGU?
3.what should i be worried about?
Again, see above. No risk for HIV or syphilis and certainly no reason for herpes testing.
4. anything should i do from now on?
Use condoms for sex with casual partners
5. any comments as well would help ?
Nothing more to say. You might review your prior interaction with Dr. Handsfield.
6. was i wrong for taking the doxycycline?
Yes, this was the wrong antibiotic which would not necessarily be active against some of the organisms you could, at least theoretically, have been exposed to such as gonorrhea. Taking antibiotics can cause side effects and complicate interpretation of test results. I doubt that this will be the case for you since your underwear were on
I hope you will have less trouble with your anxieties over this exposure than you did over your last set of questions.. I would not be at all worried if I were you. EWH