I'm afraid that I might have been exposed to HIV risk and I'd like to ask some questions. Here is my story: couple of month ago i went to bed with a girl. I did not have any sexualintercourse with her, but I fingered her vagina and we rubbed each other, even i rubbed my penis with her breast. I must say i tried not to completely go over her vagina with my penisfingers... immediately , i tried to washing my fingers. i am not sure that my finger already touched my penis without my knowledge.
I want to bring in to your notice that, past 1 month i am facing dry throat and little swelling in my left side neck. even i have tested 10th week and 3 month mark hiv antibodies test were the result is negative. but still i am facing dry thoart more than 1 month... is there any where related that i am in risk?
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