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Hi, about 5 years ago I had sex (protected) but I had oral with her unprotected, I though I was ok but last year I has oho ( oral hairy luek) the white stuff on your tough or what I though it was. Anyway it went away but I still suffer from a dry cough all the time but I do smoke cigarettes and weed heavily. I am really worried that I have HIV or aids can someone give me some advice what they think and I am going to get tested but I'm really scared. Thank you.
To clarify.......you claim to have had protected sex,,i.e penetrative intercourse with a condom. If that is correct and you did not have any other potential exposures since then you cannot possibly be infected with HIV.
If, as you claim, you are a heavy smoker then maybe you should try the nicotine patch. My remark about getting some "munchies" were in relation to your occasional weed indulgence.
Thanks for the quick reply man but I had unprotected oral ( I licked her out) and it is a dry throaty cough that is persistent, also the tounge thing I was talking about is related to HIV but I has gone away now, I'm really worried.
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