I have had unprotected anal sex a few times starting this year. (About 3 or 4). For the past three weeks, I have developed symptoms of sore throat. I have coughing issues and I have a runny nose and mucus in my throat area. When I wake up in the morning, the sore throat is at its worst. It has been already three weeks and the symptoms did not go away. Sometimes I feel somewhat cold, so I put on a sweater, hat, and turn on the heater. Sometimes I feel lethargic, but not so extreme to the point that I want to sleep.
I did not experience any fevers or swelling of any part of my body. I do not see any rashes on any part of my body, nor do I sweat uncontrollably. I am currently 16 and I do not want my parents to know that I had intercourse. For this reason, money is somewhat hard to come by for an HIV test. I checked for government subsidized ones near me, but there are none that I can see.
I am freaking out so much. What are the chances I have HIV?
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