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I m a 17 year old male. Please help me. Can Hiv transmit if we get a little blood (exposed to air for about 1 minute) inside our mouth.Need help, I'm having high anxiety. I got a wet cough, cold and fever after 5 weeks from this incident. I also have a very little tiny mouth ulcer......My fever, cold and cough lasted only 3 days. Are these symptoms of early HIV? How long does ARS last normally?
My fever,cough and cold lasted only for 3 days.
Today is the fourth and I still have my mouth ulcer.
Yesterday evening I noticed a very hardly detectable ulcer on my penis (very small and no colour) and it is not raised. It looks like a very small spot.
Please help me Mr. Teak, I m really scared and please tell me how long does ars last. Also how accurate are Icare HIV home test kits?
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