I have recently made 2 terrible mistakes and the psychological consequences are literally killing me.
I know there are a lot of people with real diseases out there and I apologise with the if my fear and anxiety can be considered as a stupid thing.
Here the details:
On the 3rd of November 2012 I had unprotected vaginal sex with a British white girl (30 years old) I met in a bar. She looked fine and when I started worrying she guaranteed me she was fine and reassured me.
On 7th of December I did the same thing with a Lithuanian girl (21 years old).
On 10 of December I did the first hiv test 4th generation (Negative).
On 20th of December the Lithuanian girl and I did another Hiv test 4rth generation (both negative).
I cannot calm down. It has been the worst Christmas ever.
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