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i very stress and regret..please help me....

Dear doctor Hello, I would like to ask, is this on September 1 I have prostitutes,we have a wet kiss, and then I have a finger touch her vagina and my fingers have a small wound but no bloodshed , She also helped me oral sex, oral sex without condom, when oral sex over she has helped me put on condom, vaginal sex is to wear a condom and the condom havn't break, 23 days after I have a thorough investigation hiv 1 / 2, then the report is negative, and then 26 days later I checked hiv ag / ab combo test, then the report is 0.07 negative, I would like to ask the doctor do i need to do the hiv test again? The above behavior be considered high-risk sexual intercourse it?please i have a family,and i am already so regret what i have done..please anyone can give me an answer?thank you very much..
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I don't know how to join the group so I can post something. I will say this I 2 weeks after exposure I have a white tongue oral pain night sweats a low grade fever and lymphatic pain with a sore throat. Doctors don't know what's wrong and apparently a lot of people online don't either. I shared my symptoms on POZ forums and was told it was all in my head and there was no risk. I gave a stranger oral sex with a really sore throat. I didn't reply worry about it because people say oral contraction is a myth. Well I really hope so! But it doesn't look that way!
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