i' had sex with sex worker a year back. i've multiple anal fissure for a year now and a swollen lymph node in my nack. i've read in many sites that Anal Fissures seen in HIV+ person. is my anal fissure and swollen gland related to hiv?
If you had protected sex, then you had NO risk in regards to HIV.
Anal fissures have nothing to do with HIV..plenty of people get them...you need to follow up with your doctor, because you are at risk for bacterial infections. You might need to see a specialist, a proctologist.
No risk for HIV, and be sure to keep working with your doctor to find out the best course of action for you.
You are reading to much into symptoms and not accepting the fact that you never had a risk,then you couldn't make up your mind if the condom broke or not,you appear to be very confused and I believe it's time to seek some therapy.
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