my last exposure was 3 mths back with my gf unprotected... she had tested negative 4 mth back... but i think she might be in window period while testing.. but she told she hadn't had sex since 3-4 mths before she tested...i'm getting psyco...
white patches in lateral border of tounge??
i scrap off half of it goes and half remains(all of it never goes)..it is coagurated as feature of OHL.. and the next morning it comes again.. its been almost 20 days...i've no other features..
i'm so worried ...does OLH occurs so early if i was infected?????????... i didn't had ARS..
does it appear fuzzy and white, can you feel it on your tongue?-get a test together with your girl to know the truth...i have a friend who has it it came about after 10 days together with candidaisis after bedding a prostitute nd expeciencing a broken condem.
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