Recently im becoming increasing worried about my exposure to possible HIV?
Im 27,fit and have been travelling asia for 4months. Now i commonly get Urine infections,have for 3 or so years. Had my bladder checked,scan,blood tests (i am a uk blood donor) and everything always comes back clear,just one of those things.
Anyway,my exposure happened 29/11/12 to a working girl (bar girl) in Ko Phangan. My Condom broke after i finished the deed. I was worried,and yet so was she. She asked me if i was clear,i said yes. And she said she was clear.
I txted her 2 days later and she again said she has been to doctor,and dont worry.
I naturally worry,i hate it.
Anyway i left thailand,and went to Laos. And after Laos back to China to stay with my friend. In Laos is when i noticed frequency in going to toilet,and burning (common to my UTI). Also my stomach was upset and had diarrhea. Diarrhea lasted few days.
Got to China 11/12/12 and yep still had the urine infection. Diarrhea came back after a few days and had it for a week.
i returned to England 24/12/12 and my urine infection has finally cleared,yet my stools are still not completely solid,yet my stomach still aches.
Now i have been looking on forums,internet at possible HIV symptoms and says Diarrhea is one? but would it affect me after 2-3weeks? Been looking at other symptoms,and to be honest feel ok. Slight sore throat that i think cold weather from china did.
I would love if someone could give me some advice please. The worrying is making me feel even worse now.
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