Sorry to hear that. Yes, you are too early to get tested. That is because different STD's show up only after a certain timeframe. Herpes will usually appear 1-2 weeks after contact. Chlamydia and gonorrhea can be tested 3 weeks after. For syphilis, hepB and HIV you're going to have to wait 3 months before it can be tested reliably. The latter 3 will be tested via blood samples. The former by taking a urine sample and/or a swap of the urethra and since you mention oral sex: your throat. Please mention the oral sex part to your doctor. No need to wait it out to get it all tested at one go! Consult your doctor and plan your testing together.
Remember that most STD's do not cause any or no clear or visible symptoms in many people, but could damage your body when left untreated in the long run. Also; don't think that if a symptom shows up and goes away on it's own you're off the hook, since that doesn't mean it's left your body. Not to mention how you could infect others. So please get tested even if you don't develop symptoms. And if you do notice something, like ulcers, it's best to get back to the doctor, even if you've not passed the mentioned timeframe. They can extract some of the fluid from it and see what caused it. Syphilis can sometimes be discovered earlier than 3 months if you discover an ulcer, for example. Sorry; I know, these are not the most pleasant details, but in this case may be worth knowing.
Unless you believe you won't be having sex with your girlfriend the upcoming 3 months, perhaps reconsider how to deal with her? I don't know what precautions you usually take together. And I know this is a touchy subject. But personally: I'd rather hear from my bf that he's unsure whether it's safe to have sex with me, so that I can decide what I feel comfortable with. Than at one point hear that I should get tested myself, because he picked up something during the time I trusted him to be sexually exclusive with me, yet he decided to leave me oblivious of that fact and continued our sexual encounters as usual.
I hope this helps. Sorry I can't provide anything to reassure you at this point to lift the suspense. Try to calm yourself and not panic too much. What's done is done. All you can do now is wait for the results and behave responsibly. Using breathing exercises or meditation if that helps you cope.
Posted: 30 Sep 04:13