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Ok. So I am a 22 yrs old female I was a virgin until May 18 i had a unprotected vaginal exposure that lasted for like a minute an I also had another unprotected exposure on June 14 which lasted about the same also I went to have a Pap smear done on Aug 22nd where i was tested for all STDs and it came back that I had trichomoniasis. I was giving a week course of antibiotics. When taking the antibiotics i had very watery loose stools everything i ate i was pooping it out within 30 minutes of eating. Also every since then very time i take a Tylenol or etc.. I have diarrhea. I also have have headaches, sore throat, muscles aches and fevers often. On Oct 17 i had oraquick done & it came back negative..& this pass month in January i started taking probiotics because i read up that i may have loss the good bacteria in my stomach from taking the antibiotics so i was trying to restore the good. I had took 2pill a night for 3 days & a day later i noticed i had a rash the soon turn into blisters shingles. Could i have HIV ??
Thanks! After that scare I made a promise to myself that I will never put myself into that type of situation again. But I still will be getting tested again to be on the safe side so I can leave it in the past just like I left him!!!!
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