About 2 months ago I received unprotected oral by a woman for a very short time and then I fingered her.. Then I put on a condom and had vaginal sex. After finishing I immediately went soft from regret I suppose and when pulling out the condom removed itself but my penis was not still in her vagina. For the past two months I've had a tight throat and somewhat sore at times. Bout a month after I had a brief cold and was sneezing a lot! Is it possible to have gotten HIV and these are symptoms? Or sinus/allergies? No high fever just maybe slightly raised temp with coughing and congestion. Is it possible to get HIV through oral or the fingering? If when I fingered her and put the condom on if her vaginal fluids got on it could it be from that? Can't stop thinking about it..
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