I have involved in naked bodyrub (massage) with a call girl. However, I never had sex (no penetration, no oral, no kissing). Just body rub, she was on the top of me, and received happy ending (hand masturbation). I as far I know, there was no genital touching, or fluid exchanging. However, I got tested at 13 weeks after this exposure at LabCorp and got negative HIV result by test called: HIV 1/O/2 Abs-ICMA.
I was happy with this result until I developed shingles (confirmed by Doc) after one year and a half from that exposure. Could be this a sign of HIV? Do I need to get tested again? I'm very scared, because I read through many websites that shingles on young adult is a possible sign of HIV, and I'm only 24 years old.
However, I have very stressful life, and developed shingles after 4 days from fighting with my older bother :(
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