I have done protected oral sex with a csw.(Receiver).After completing i masturbate with the same condom and after some time i removed the condom and start masturbating without condom.So there is a chance of getting saliva or blood may be in my hand.
This is the only risk i had.i didnt see any visible blood.
But after that i found 1 lymph node in my groin.The area near my groin stat swelling.And after 3 days every thing ok and again i found 1 lymph node in my neck after other week.i also experienced skin rash and soar throat.
So i tested for hiv after 26 days.I have taken Hiv Duo Test (ag/Ab) both test came negetive.
i also tested VDRL and HEP B both come neg only.
I have readed many article that oral sex receiver is having a very very small chance for acquiring hiv.Is there any other STD that cause me these symptoms??
How reliable is my test Please help me i have no sleep at all.
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