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Hi guys I would really like to Thankyou all for your previous help and support on this forum, and helping me with my questions. Also I would like to say that it has been around six weeks since my last risky unprotected exposure with a CSw where I had unprotected vaginal and she also gave me unprotected oral also. I have taken a blood test at the Sydney sexual health centre after approx 6 weeks less one day. And the testing came back negative for HIV. I am still a little worried whereas I have had many many unusual symptoms, including sweating, oral thrush, white tongue, pain in my hand, arms, legs and feet, groin pain. Dizziness, constipation, diorehea. Tingling in hands and feet, pinkish mosquito bite looking spots on my hands and legs, a few bruise looking marks on different parts of my body and many more. I am still worried If I could possibly test positive after 12 weeks. .???
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