I had protected sex(just penile to vaginal) no unprotected oral with a csw on the 14 of apr, soon after next few days pimples or bumps(i am not sure) appear on my chest.
i am worried im infected by hiv or stds. its already 10 days from exposure, i had no symptoms like joint/muscle pain, burning sensation pain during pee or fever/flu like symptoms or withe/yellow discharge. JUST chest pimples or rash. i am going to take hiv/std test on the 1 month mark. but waiting for the 1 month mark feel so terrible and anxiety has got me.
My questions is:
1) Is the pimple on chest/ armpit / neck an early symptom of Hiv/Stds?
2) Am I in the high risk of getting hiv/stds?
3) Is the test on 1 month reliable and conclusive?
4) are all stds curable?
5) is 10 days from exposure and did not get symptoms mention above means i am safe?
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