my symptoms are as follow : i think i caught a minor cold which causes throat infection for me . Through the throat infection i got swollen lymph nodes on my neck and armpit and i also got rashes all over my body . the question is will cold causes so many kind of symptoms because i'm afraid of getting hiv as i received oral sex in a massage center by the first time... so regret now and i need serious help here...
I wouldn't wait online looking for answers. What you have sounds like the early stages of HIV however Im no doctor, Im sure there are several other things that can mock this. Usually early signs of HIV cause a rash on the torso area. You would feel very tired. Also it is hard to contract HIV through oral sex. Saliva does not carry the virus. It is spread through blood and genital fluids
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