I am Male, 28years.Staying in Colombia Bogota.
Unfortunately I made a great mistake on 19th May,2012 by doing unprotected sex with a Pros in one of the Night Clubs for around 5 mins.This is the first time for me to do unprotected sex.
Next day from afternoon I am having fever which is around 37 degree C. It is now last for 2 days and till having. Other than this I feel no other problem with me.
Could anyone please let me know the possibility of being infected with HIV after that interaction. Also as per my study in medhelp, experts says less possibility of infected HIV with one unprotected sex (much lesser to be infected from a women)
So can this symptom is a worrying things for me. Please help me.
Thanks again. That means, symptoms are not really important or my symptom is not bothering you with the HIV infection probabilities. I will definitely go for the test but this fever is bothering me. I am bit nervous but still wants to clarify with this symptoms.
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