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ok so i had unprotected sex with this guy and i didnt ask him if he had hiv i took an hiv test 6 weeks after and it was negative but i was pregnant i had an abortion and now its 9 months later im not haveing any symptoms of hiv except i got sick 7 weeks after it happened and i got a sore throat fatigue fever etc i was only sick for about 3 days and now its 9 months later and i got a rash on my foot looks like pimples well my dog had fleas so i thought it might of been flea bites i didnt have any symptoms with the rash and a couple of months before i got diarrhea and vomitting for 2 days straight but it went away after taking a couple doses of pepto bismo should i be worried about hiv???
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