Hi I'm very worried if I have HIV.. I'm a young straight guy who had unprotected vaginal sex with a female private sex worker.. She also gave me unprotected oral sex. It has been 9 days now since and I have had a sore throat for a few days and now gone, also been getting tingling hands and feet for a few days now and an itchy penis... I am very worried because I do not know her status and she did seem careless and didn't mind about it.. I know I shouldn't of done it without a condom but now really regret it. Someone please help me... What if she did hae HIV ??! Is it possible that I caught it ??
please use a condom especially with a sex worker no matter what status she is a protection is a good choice that can prevent u from STD's and HIV.
and test it @8weeks for your peace of mind and repeat testing @12weeks follow the CDC guidlines and if u receive a negative results please and please use a protection.
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