I'm scared waiting for HIV test results. I've had unprotected oral sex with a few partners but none of them came in my mouth. I've had receptive anal sex on two occations but both with condom, no breakage. So basically I thought I was OK but my boyfriend got sick in february and had fever (>103.8) for 6 days as well as sore throat. No pain in the muscles so his doctor said it couldn't be the flu?! He had sucked me a few weeks after one of the anal encounters and got some of the cum in his mouth. I've only been sick a few times and not with high fever, and never skipped more than 1 day of work.
Also I later developed a small rash on my chest, like a dollar coin. It seemed to come on very quickly, it's a red area with something that looks like acne in it. It's become slightly less but it's still here one month after :(
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