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Pan
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About hook up

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Hi scarlet,
Come back after a long time bcz i did something and dont know about my feelings.,i cant share this feelings to anyone!! So I decide to come here...so what happened in past 3 to 4 month i lost my virginity wd prostitute in hotel..(I am till single thats why)..i did sex two times till now with two different prostitute. At that time i can't control my feelings and decided to hook up with someone who ready for sex so i choose to went with prostitute.
.first time was not good as i expected i didnt get even proper erection bcz i was so nervous and i was in hurry and had unknown fear of caught..i just penetrated her with her permission, we used condom,didnt even kissed,didnt even blowjob,i didnt even suck her breast..just hugged her and penetrated into her vagina and less than 1 minute i cumed...felt low with sexual experience and had low confidant about sex bcz i didn't get proper erection...my question Am i bad person bcz i lost my virginity wd prostitute? We used condom so is there any chances of getting sti?
Second time some days later i did sex wd other person(prostitute). second time better experience...this time i took 6 to 7 minutes cumed after penetration at that time .but this time i sucked her breast few minutes,didnt kissed,didnt received blowjob so only sucking breast and i penetrate into her vagina.at that time also didn't even get proper erection like i get good eretion in masterbation But. overall good experience bcz i took 15 minutes (including 6 to 7 minutes of penetrated sex)
But questions is same i felt i am bad person bcz i went to prostitute..Am i bad person? Is there any chances get sti or std from their partner? We used condom both time.

And whats your suggestions to avoid sti/std if i will go for sex with stranger in future?. I will use condom...but any other suggestions in regarding to avoid sti/std?

Thanks you always
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Re: About hook up

Unread post by Alexa »

Hey Pan,

It is not wrong to see a sex worker, and you are not a bad person for seeking the help of a sex worker.

Using condoms every time is a great way to protect yourself from STIs! It isn't guaranteed, however -- there is still some chance that you can transmit STIs when using condoms. That's why we recommend pairing condom use with getting STI tested regularly. If you can, I would recommend getting tested a few weeks after sex with every new partner, and waiting to get your results back before having sex with a person other than them. If, at some point, you have only one sexual partner, you should still get tested every 6-12 months as a preventative measure.

Here's our article on STI testing as a refresher! Testing, Testing...
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Pan
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Re: About hook up

Unread post by Pan »

Thanks for reply
Anyway which type of doctors do sti testing? Regular family doctor do sti test or for sti test i hv to find any specialist? And how can i find doctors who do this type of testing?
Thanks
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Re: About hook up

Unread post by Mo »

Many regular family doctors will offer that testing, although there are likely other clinics that can offer testing as well. If you search for something like "STI testing clinic" or "sexual health clinic" in your area, that may turn up some options near you.
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