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Thank you for the continuous support on this community. Situation happened about a month ago. When to a massage parlor and finally the girl gave a happy ending to me. Lasted for about a minute after a 1 hour massage. Touched her breasts for a minute which had no lesions or cuts so no contact to blood. Went home and checked and what looked like a figure nail cut on the thigh close to the groin which looked red but was not bleeding (Superficial cut). She used lotion to masturbate me. No vaginal fluids. Next day went back and asked her to show her hands if she had lesions on her hand and also got her tested for HIV NAT by PCR Roche Amplicor FDA Lic#1636 at Unilab in Ft. lauderdale. The test is described on their website too. She was negative. A week from then I having cold and fever which comes and goes every day for the past 3 weeks and since last 3 days also having a lot of fatigue. Have also noticed red rash or pimple like lesions on the chest under the hair follicles and slight iching redness on the face specially on the cheeks and nose.Had itching on the figures for about a week and palm of foot and hands felt extremely hot. What freaks me out is that masturbation with no genital secretions exchanged and a negative PCR causing these symptoms. I was tested for HIV before this contact from my last contact which was more then 3 months and was negative.Is this HIV?
HIV/HCV NAT (FDA Licensed for Donor Screening)
I think it is this one not sure found on search
The rash has spread to my forehead and hands and the fevers have not reduced even since I posted this massage. Got HIA1/O/2 ICMA at 4weeks and 3 weeks after having symptoms (-ve). I know it is not conclusive and not accurate yet. I think maturbation causes a risk of HIV due to direct skin contact
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