Sir, i went to thailand. had protected sex with one sex worker. when i asked her she said she hasnt tested from 5 years, she is not aware of her health.
i did protected oral and protected sex. after sex in the morning i put water in the condom adn checked for leaks. there were no leaks, but drops were falling down slowly. condom was given by the sex worker only.
now after 6 days i have vomitting, diarrhea, bad stomach. feelingvery weak. iam getting scared sir. Please help me.
1. can i get hiv from protected sex. some where i read only 85% safe
2, i did her doggie style( 2 mins only ) sorry about my english.
3, should i test for hiv sir. iam having symptoms after 7 days now..vomitting, nausea and diarrhea..iam going to marry next month sir..please help me
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