1) I drank a woman's urine (only a bit of it)
2) Got facesat by a woman's vagina (but i did not lick it and had a ballgag on me)
3)sucked on a woman's breast (I dont think she lacated although i might be wrong)
I have not encounted any STD/HIV symtoms (symptoms) as of yet and am wondering if I had the slightest chance of being infected.. I really regretted what I did and I hope you guys can help me clear this emotional turmoil.
So i guess I do not have to go for any tests or something.
Uh just a simple question to get rid of my paranoia: People with HIV usually develop fever/flu like conditions in the window period of 3 months. How long does it take for the first symtoms (symptoms) to develop?
Ahh still feeling a tinge afraid of HIV lol. Sorry for being so annoying or something!
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