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around july, (its now december) i met this chick and he had a one night stand i have no clue on her health status before sex, i used a condom but i gave her oral, am i at risk? i also banggged her with my finger with a small cut hiv infection common due to oral,
i have the following symptoms
weight lose but i work out
diharia from stress i hope
head hurts maybe the stress cause i think about it.
no of these symptoms were present until i took the hiv test
i think its anxiaty,
this was my first one night stand and im scarred ******** teak help me out, annyone, godbless all of you.
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