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Oral-anal sex with someone infected with hepatitis A can expose you to the hepatitis A virus. There is high risk of hepatitis A in men who have sex with other men and people who have oral-anal sexual contact are at an increased risk for getting hepatitis A .Use of condoms can help prevent this risk. Hepatitis A can be transmitted rarely by infected blood or blood products. There are no chances of transmission of hepatitis A through saliva or urine. Do write to us again with more queries.
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Okay so I am a 16 year old who has only had sex once. I lost my virginity go a 18 year old, and she's the only girl I've had sex with. 2 weeks later I got a sore throat, and know realize there's a Lump right by my throat on my neck. Should i be worried?
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