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I am male and 21 years old. I had a vaginal sex with a sexworker exactly 9 months back from now. I had tested at 5 months (retro-quick test kit used) and turned negative. After 9 months, now i have got anal fissure issue. I suffered for about 4 days with it. I noticed blood in the toilet sheet all 4 days. In other websites, i find that Anal fissure is a very common problem with people with HIV.
My question to you is
(1). Does Anal fissure related with HIV?
(2). Should I tested again?
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