Hi I am very worried and don't know whats going on with me, about 6 months ago I Performed cunnilingus on a one night stand partner, a week after the exposure I started to notice about a strange taste of my saliva, after that I started having lots of phlegmon which I cant take out, and have lasted for more than a month, I also have the sensation of getting asfixiated, I am very worried of have contracted some kind of STD or VPH, I would like to know if someone after performing cunnilingus have had some of the symptoms I present. Thanks, I am also worried about HIV infection, could it be?
Thanks a los AJ, on the last post I wrote it was 6 months ago, sorry it was 6 weeks ago, have you ever heard of larynx papillomatosis??? I have read a little bit about it and Im really worried, also have you heard of something similar to my symptoms?? I also feel sometimes like problemes breathing. Thanks a lot.
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