Vaccinate Against Hep A & B
Hepatitis is another series of viruses that can be transmitted sexually, it can also be transmitted a number of other ways. Hepatitis affects the liver. It causes inflammation of the liver and poor appetite, headaches, tiredness, and jaundice. It can lead to cirrhosis (scarring of the liver) and eventually liver failure. Fortunately, the most common types are A & B, which can be prevented through a vaccine.
If you feel better getting tested a few weeks after the risky encounter, then by all means do it. There is nothing wrong about testing. However, for completely accurate test results then you must wait at least 3 months after any risky activity.
Another type of Hepatitis, Hepatitis C, cannot be vaccinated, and cannot be cured. There are also Hepatitis D & E, but these are not prevalent and not well documented.
Hepatitis A is found in feces, and contaminated food and water. Hepatitis B is found in urine, blood, saliva, cum and pre-cum; and Hepatitis C is only found in blood.
If you ever have had sex or ever plan on having sex, or do any travel to foreign countries you should be advised to get vaccinated for Hepatitis A & B. This is a simple procedure which involves getting 3 injections over the course of a year. Once you become vaccinated for Hepatitis A & B, you will never become infected.
Talk to your health care provider about getting vaccinated for Hepatitis A & B, these are the only sexually transmitted infections that you can confidently prevent before ever having to worry about.
If you rim (eat ass) then you are at risk for contracting Hepatitis A. If you contract it, once symptoms clear up, you are no longer infectious and you will become immune. Hepatitis B on the other hand will stay in your system for up to 6 months, and, if you clear the virus then there is still a chance that you will be a carrier. The spread of Hepatitis A & B can be prevented though a vaccine and also by using latex barriers during fellatio, anal sex, and anilingus.