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I had relation with a girl in Switzerland, I didn't know her much. We were both drunk. We had no anal sex or vaginal sex but we kissed each other a lot ( french kiss ) she bite my body but it didn't bleeding. she sucked my penis for 1-2 minutes without condom and some action like licking each other. I also licked her body and her nipples. this happened about 10 days ago. now from 2 days ago I had some pain in my armpit like lymph node. the pain disappeared today , but this morning when I wanted to wash my tooth I saw an small white spot on back of my throat. guys i am so worry please help me :( . I dont know if that girl had HIV or not. Is it possible that HIV transmit from this relation. please let me know .
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