iam 22 yo male, two weeks back i visited a sex worker . i used a condom, after 2 -3 min i heard a snap in the condom and i withdrew my penis from her vagina and didnt continue further as i was freaked out. i went home and washed my penis completely.. m not sure whether she was hiv+, she told me she always uses a condom and didnt allow me to continue also ....after the break i couldnt feel any vaginal fluid on my penis. i visited a doctor next day and he told me that the risk is very very low and there is no need to panic.. i am totally freaked out even after two weeks of the incedent.. pls respond for the question... i am sure tat the exposure was les than 5-6 seconds, i pulled out as soon as i hear the snap.. i have a little cough from two day..is it a sign of hiv? waiting for ur replies..thanku
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