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i have had a cough for the last couple of days
there is phlem and tight wheezy chest.. also a bit of runny nose
i have had dry skin on my cheeks for a while, i have sent some other questions in saying
that i have had a pimply like rash down side of right abdomen had about 20 or 30 for 4 days then wentt.
i was sick the day after i had unprotected oral only with a headache and tempreture which i think was from playing muck around footy for 3 hours and banged my head and also hadnt eaten that day. but then i had a fever for about 5 days which now would of been 2 months ago.. ive been a bit scared if it is hiv. really scare actually. please help!
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