A day after I gave an unprotected oral sex with my partner, I suffered from a sore throat with a high fever at about 49deg Celsius. after about 5 days the fever goes off. but again, after about 2 days, it came back, but goes off again after a day. Now, after a couple of weeks it did not came back again.
My question is that, am I in a risk of having STD, particularly HIV virus acquired from him? Likewise, is it necessary to have an hiv test?
oh sorry about that. I did not have any check up with the doctor regarding this illness. The sore had gone away without me taking any medications from a GP, but I drank a lot of hot water with lemon extract, which I believe is a natural remedy. Do I need to be seen by a GP?
thank you for responding :) I was worrying for days.
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