[Question #4984] EXTREME ANXIETY OVER SITUATION

25 months ago
I Posted this same question this morning, but there appears to be a problem bc all questions before and after I posted have been answered. 

Hi docs.  I’ve been reading your forums for years - I know your standard answers but need reassurance. Last Saturday night  2/9 went to strip club with female friend.  During a lap dance things got crazy.  Stripper kissed her. They touched each other’s gentians.  Then my friend touched my penis and performed oral sex on me for about 2 minutes. I know in the past you’ve said stis can’t transmit from hand to genitalia but if she touched and kissed stripper can those germs hurt me?   My friend  hasn’t had sex in 3 years.  Hasn’t had oral with anyone for many months. I have hsv1 oral since childhood - so I’m assuming no real risk of herpes.  I know oral Gonorrhea is extremely rare and that if she wasn’t with anyone in many many months that even if she had it,  it would clear itself by that time.  I’m still worried about possible NGU or anything else.   I’ve had no discharge, burning or symptoms except sometimes dull ache in testicle which I’m almost certain is generalized anxiety.  But last night I was masterbated by my wife and the ejaculate was clearer than normal and quite thin.  I masterbated again this morning- same thing.   I usually ejaculate at least once a day.  I haven’t in 8 days.  I’m extremely anxious by nature and I’ve been going insane for the past week. Not really eating, drinking tons of water, being completely anxious.   I’ve never seen clear/thin semen mentioned in your forums. Is this a concern for anything? Could the strippers saliva kissing my friend have any effect ? It’s 8 days later and I’m still checking myself like a lunatic even though I think i would have had other symptoms by now.  Can you please let me know your thoughts ? 
Edward W. Hook M.D.
Edward W. Hook M.D.
25 months ago
Welcome to the Forum. Please be patient.  We make every effort to answer questions within 24 hours of being posted and sometimes are able to accomplish this goal far sooner.  The events you describe are low risk for STIs.  Dr. Handsfield will provide a more extensive response in the next few hours.  I will not be responding further but wanted to let you know the parameters and framework within which we work.  EWH---