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I had a unprotected fellatio with a thai massuese.

After 90 days and 145 days tested for HIV 1 2 CMIA HSV SYPHILLIS CHALYMYDIA AND GONORRHEA ALL NEGATIVE.I have no pus no Burning sensation .No penile lesions or ulcers.

At almost 140th day i began to have a low grade fever that is not going away.

Most experts consider oral as no risk for HIV 1 2 but symptoms are freaking me out.

Kindly suggest what test can i go for?

Please help!!!!
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3191940 tn?1447268717
Receiving fellatio has NOTHING to do with your current fever.  Zero risk for HIV, and you have tested conclusively negative for everything else.  Forget about this event as the cause of your fever.

There are literally hundreds of causes for a sustained fever, most commonly a viral or bacterial infection, some of which could be serious.  See a doctor for a diagnosis, but it is certainly not related to your sexual event.
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Curfew why doctors say 6 months for conclusivity?  Are you sure i do not need to re test for HIV specially and other infectious STD ?
By fellatio i mean unprotected blowjob!!!
1)  Some doctors are using information that is at least 10 years out of date, apparently.
2) I know what fellatio means.  NO ONE has ever been infected in that manner, and you will not be the first.

As long as you keep focusing on a sexual cause for your symptoms - which is the ONLY thing you can rule out, definitively - you will never find the actual cause of your problems, which is NOT HIV or STDs.
363281 tn?1590104173
Hello~For your peace of mind, if you haven't already done so, I would again see your GP for another blood work up, you are probably fine, but it will give y0u added peace of mind.
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