I had unprotected sex five months ago. I was tested for HIV and all other STDs at the 4 week mark. All were negative.
Five weeks ago I started having protected sex with my current partner (protected every time from start to finish vaginally). Protected vaginal intercourse, however, unprotected oral. I was retested 3 weeks after our first encounter for HIV.
She was tested for all STD's at the 11 week mark of her last encounter. She was negative for HSV, syphilis, HIV 1/2, heptitis etc.
About a week after sex I got a canker sore, it lasted about ten days, and I have basically consistantly had a single small canker sore. My head feels warm, but if I have a fever it's only ever a few points, like maybe 99 or 99.2. I have had a slight cold (stuffy nose) and a cough.
My real concern was the recurring canker sores. They have been one at a time, I don't know if that matters. I have gotten them my whole life, but never three in five weeks. Usually just two or three a year.
Does this sound like a real concern to have. Please give me your thoughts on if I should be concerned.
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