I had unprotected vaginal sex with a women friend of mine. both caucasian, mid-lower 20s, USA, non-iv users, single episode.
i had sx with her about 6 months ago and tested NEG after 3 months but she and her ex-bf had sx between this time we had sx which was 1 month 10 days ago.. I started getting headaches 2 weeks after we had sx, and its been over like 5 weeks that ive been getting these headaches pretty much everyday.
DOES THIS SOUND LIKE HIV / ACUTE HIV TO YOU?????
Also, see below possibly (hopefully!) the reason for my headaches...
I think about this stuff everyday!!! Although ibuprofen DOES relieve my headaches..
ive had a deep cavity which i haven't gotten fixed in MONTHS but should have a long time ago. It's my upper very back tooth and my dentist said its very close to the nerve and i need a root canal.
so, ive been having headaches for about 5 maybe 6 weeks now and its pretty much everyday.
does this sound normal or something that would happen??
thank you in advance..
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