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i had an exposure since 5 months. I was in a massage and i licked the girl's nipples for 1 minute. No intercourse at all.
I know that nipple licking by many is not a risk but i am not sure if there was breast milk or not. I had several HIV antibody test till 5 months and all are negative. recently i had CBC test and found that my leuccytes are low 3300 and i have leujopenuia.
1) does it mean that i have HIV but not yet antibodies
2) does it mean i have weak immunity?
3) is licking nipple can be a risk?
4) is WBC count 3300 very low ( i had a cold as well)
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