I had sex with Asian Massachusetts parlor. I had condom on. Towards the end my condom slipped a little while changing positions about 1/3 way down. Finished she took condone off with towel and don't know if she cleaned herself with it but wiped me afterwards. After she left room I rubbed my hands with antibacterial hand lotion, then I did my penis and scrotum. I left and about two minutes later my scrotum began to burn. Four days later I got a lumpy sore throat. With mild hot flashes. I began to freak out I went and took test Wednesday (6 days later)- negative. I started getting more symptoms like nausea, chest pain, needle pricks,fatigue, dry mouth, insomnia-doc said I got severe anxiety from experience. I'm so scared what do I do. No fever or swollen lymph nodes nor cough.help
don't worry. every single person that thinks he was exposed to hiv has those symptoms. those are common symptoms. yeah you got anxiety. hiv dies in seconds when exposed to air. your condom didnt come off. 1/3 isnt enough.
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