I live with agirlfriend that tested positive 5 months ago and is on medication since then... my results came back negative 3 months later, so we have engaged in protected intercourse all time... also, sometimes we have had mutual masturbation, she can ocasionally get wet and the liquid would touch my penis.
I do have bleeding gums she does not have. recently we had deep kiss.
8 days later, I work up with pain in my knee that has lasted 4days now... I had flu (blocked nose mostly) for two days..
I have monitored closely my tempreture but never rose above 37 celsius.
I am a bit worried about my knee pain that started with my right knee but randomly the left one to...
Could I have been infected from our practices or these pains can have different cause?
Thank you for your time!
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