Hi all im new here i am worried about a possible std infection i am a 34 yr old male about a month and a half ago i gave an unknown male oral sex and swallowed his semen i have had no symptoms except a fever and short cold about a week later three weeks after that i was driving and saw in rearview mirror my tongue was totally white went home and googled it and the first thing that came up was white tongue /ohl symptom of initial hiv infection totally stressed and anxious since then any help would be gratefully appreciated thanks
Thanks for your response , what do you think i should be tested for ? I have red/purple testicles which seems to get better with antifungal cream but as soon as i stop using it its back , also i wanted to ask you if its likely i just have a fungal issue on my balls unrelated to sucking and swallowing ? Thanks for helping
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