i had a recent exposure with a prostitute we engaged in protected vaginal sex and unprotected oral sex, she told me she didnt have any stds and was very insistive on me using a condom..im a male and those were my first sexual encounter..i also fingered her with a possible cut, but anyways ivr been sick these past coupl of days and almost every channel i turn to on my tv is oraquick tests to an episode on family guy were stewey talks about hiv...this has been going on for weeks and i think it might be a sign or something idk maybe im going nuts but im notg lyinh about the oraquick commercials and family guy episode, im frightened of what is going on inside my body. And every time i think of hiv i go bizirk mode..please help me understand more better
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