I am fairly new to this site and this is not a question per say, just a cry for help. I experienced a long term relationship for two years and we were sexually active for about a year, 7 months unprotected. At this point, I have been experiencing a terrible fear of HIV contraction and have been debating for a while about posting on one of these forums. I can't really talk to my parents because of the fear of them knowing I had unprotected sex so I have been talking to counselors. My partner tested negative about 3 months ago, but being the worrier that I am, I entered this stage when the "symptoms" came. I just need someone to talk to, positive or negative, on the forum or through email or cell phone contact, to help me ease my fear and anxiety. Thanks in advance for any and all help.
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