i had sex with prostitute and the condom was loose becoz not fully erected
then masturbation with the same condom having the prostitute's vaginal fluid on it....
after ejaculation in masturbation i stupidly touched the tip of my penis with the same hands
i am very afraid now but not so anxious...just there is some fear of getting hiv...i am controlling my mind and keep on telling that "no i will not get hiv"
but four weeks after that i have got some rashes on my hands and back...i have muscle pain and may be some weight loss(it may be becoz i am eating less now a days)
besides this i dont have fever, no headache, no Diarrhea, no sore throat...
but sometimes i feel pan in my teeth roots...
it is 8 weeks left now to exposure and the rashes have gone but there are some black spots on the places where the rashes were
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