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i met a guy 2 years ago. i performed unprotected oral sex and swallowed his pre-cum but not his semen. after a couple of weeks, i have developed a cold sore, sore throat, night sweats, head ache, and joint pains but had gone until now. So, the thing is, this year, i have develop white tongue and red lumps way back at my tongue together with fatigue and i am now developing anxiety and depression because of this. The white tongue and enlarged red lumps on my tongue had been around for about 3 months already but i don't already experience the symptoms i've experienced two years ago. that was my last unprotected sexual activity i ever had which was 2 years ago and not already engage in any sexual activity. please help me. what could this be?
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