I had unprotected oral sex and protected vaginal sex with a high risk individual approximately 100 days ago.
During which time, the condom slipped but to be honest i was too drunk to tell if it came off all the way for a short period of time or not.
I tested positive for gonorrhea after exposure, but negative for hiv antibodies, chlamydia, & syphilis.
Since exposure, i have lost approximately 20 - 30lbs, am extremely fatigued, had reoccurring skin infections / outbreaks of the palms, feet, and groin (not genitals), and am now experiencing reoccuring stiffness / pain in my left neck, shoulder, chest, and side.
I plan on getting a 3 month hiv test in a few days.
What are the chances of this being an hiv infection?
To my knowledge, I have no other immune-system related ailments. Can I rest assured that the 3 month results are accurate and put this behind me?
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