Hello ..im a male and this is my story: 6 months ago i had potential exposure :
-oral unprotected (received)
- vaginal contact protected
2 weeks ago i had potential exposure :
vaginal contact protected
i start to feel next symptoms :
- swollen lymph node in my right side on he neck and under tongue( it can be possible from a potential tooth infection?(on the same part with lymph node,because i have one very bad and on all this time my gum was very inflated just around the bad tooth
-ichy eyes,dry eyes
Im so afraid it can be Hiv :(
a) Are there other sexual diseases wich can do these symptoms? it its,pls specific the diseases
b) With bad gum or bad tooth, if you have vaginal secretions in the mouth it possible take the virus?
c)I read on this forum its a low risk to take the hiv virus from received unprotected oral sex,it is true?
d)For how long time after exposure i must do A TEST (for my reassurance) and what kind of test?
I must specify my swollen lymph node are less inflated on the same time with less gum inflated ,but the lymph nodes is there
I'm waiting for your answers (i'm a little scaried)
Thanks Teak for your answer and your assurance !
But can you explain me why i have these symtpoms after just 2 weeks from last exposure? It will not be a problem to be another sexual disease just hiv not to be...Can you answer with yes or no at my points questions ? thx for your time and for your understanding!
ok thx again for you answer..last question and i will go see my doctor
With bad gum or bad tooth, if you have vaginal secretions in the mouth it possible take the virus? thx again and this site really rock !
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