Yesterday night I had sex with a tranny without protection. "She" used body lotion and had about an hour long foreplay I hardly noticed when I was inside her. It did not hurt but the anus was a bit unshaven and it did sting outside.
How could I know that I didn't get any disease or stuff like that? From what I've read online the only common point is that I should test 4 weeks after the affair.
What are my chances?
You probably did catch hep c or AIDS. You're asking because you know you probably did catch them but are looking for some legitimate reason you might've not.
Why would you even care what your chances are? Lets say I tell you that you have 60% chances of having caught something. Does that change anything? You're probably sick now.
Unprotected sex, especially with a tranny, especially with a one you don't (I assume) know well... I'm pretty sure it won't end well for you. Maybe not hep c or aids, but very possibly std. Dunno what were you thinking m8,
>i have little to 0 knowledge when it comes to these kind of things
But it's just common knowledge thing, innit? I mean, every kid above 10 knows that shagging a shemale without protection will fuck you up. I refuse to believe you are too stupid to realise it yourself.
because shagging anyone in the ass without protection is retarded yet a lot of people i know had it the only difference was that it was with a woman and fuck they are still alive
Not that anon but how the fuck is it relevant? Normal person won't drink only water, true, but also won't drink mysterious, acid-stinking liquid just because. If OP knows nothing about safe sex then why the fuck did he go and fuck a tranny unprotected? Why not do a research first or use a rubber?
It's some next level retardation here
>What are my chances?
Even if your chances are 1/100 (which they aren't, they are much higher), you are playing with fire...this is your LIFE. The only drug for Hep C is $100 each now, can go up at anytime.
Was this sex worth dying for?
Here OP, I'll give you the info you are looking for. First of all, a large majority of the time, STDs have no noticeable symptoms. You cannot rely on symptoms and must get tested.
Pic related is the earliest you can get tested for specific STDs after exposure. Talk to your doctor or a clinic for more help.
Also, if it's been less than 72 hours, you may qualify for Post-Exposure Prophylaxis to try and prevent contracting HIV if you've had a high chance of being exposed. Many professionals would consider unprotected anal sex with another male stranger as high risk.