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All, I had unprotected Vaginal sex with two women in one night, 05/25/2012, and have been worried since then that I've contracted HIV/AIDS from one of them. They are friends and a night just got out of control but the intercourse was not very long in either and I would consider them not risky at all but I still worry. I've had a lot of anxiety, and mild symptoms off and on but I think they are unrelated. I had an antibody test done on 09/17, a DNA PCR and Antibody test done on 09/26 and another Antibody test done on 10/17 all coming back negative. In your Medical opinion are all of my symptoms just being manifested from worry and am I not positive. Is it rare to contract the virus from a healthy women via vaginal intercourse?
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