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I am at the fourth week since exposure, not counting taking PEP in December. Tonight I am experiencing a sore throat and a cough which is not that frequent, with pain in my back after I finish coughing. I am going back to my risk exposure, which was giving head to a hiv positive man, with no ejaculate (although there was precum) back at the end of December. I had taken PEP at the beginning of December as a condom broke with me being the receptive partner. Again no semen, but there was blood from me.
I know there chances are very slim, still, but could there still be a link between my cough and sore throat with my risk exposure?
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