I made out with a guy who is bysexuall and I'm not sure he has HIV, he told me he's clean but you never know. We were kissing for about 6,7 seconds and I know that I sometimes bite my cheeks and I also shaved 30 minutes ago and probably had few tiny cuts (not gapping wounds) and he also licked my cheeks and brushed my teeth and my gums were a little bit bleeding. Anyway, this happend 2,5 months ago and my only "HIV" symptoms are generalized lymphadenopathy and slight yeast infection which is not visible but sometimes have awkward feeling in my mouth (both confirmed by MD). So I tested for mono and cythomegalovirus, both were positive but only IGg, IGm was both negative. Do I need to test for HIV, can you ensure me I'm fine ? Because I am 17 years old and if kissing spreads HIV than F**K this life !
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