I am a Portuguese male, 25 years old, and 7 weeks ago I had a sexual encounter with a Brazilian sex worker, I used a condom but it broke and we have only stopped 2 to 5 minutes after it.
Since then I have been paranoid about the possibility of being infected.
-I had a sore throat for 4 weeks (since week 2), didn't hurt but it was really red. No Fever but some muscles pain (in the chest muscle) and neck swollen nodes. No Rash.
-Yesterday I have noticed that have appeared 10 to 15 red pimples in my forehead, I don't really know if it is a rash or not.
-Today (7 weeks after exposure) I have noticed that my tongue is white and it has some red bumps in the back. (hurts a little)
21 days duo test (AC 1&2+sub.O+ AG.p24)
28 days duo test (AC 1&2+sub.O+ AG.p24)
45 days duo test (AC 1&2+sub.O+ AG.p24)
STD tests (all blood tests) at 5 weeks:
Chlamydia and Gonorrhea and Syphilis > All NEGATIVE.
Is my 45 Duo test conclusive and I can move on with my life?
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