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About 3 yrs ago I was seeing a women yet Im married. We never had actual intercourse but one time she performed oral on me I was so nervous that I couldnt finish, At the time I was naive and didnt know that Oral n Intercourse are just the same. 10 days later my pee was burning and I couldnt sleep. The Doc told me that I got a UTI he gave me meds fr 7-10 days but I got worse and to make matters worse my wife was expecting. After 85 days (wich I tought was enough) I tested for every STD.. Neg-   My urine problem cont for 15 months getting milder. Than one day they went away but then I started getting occasional chills and they also get milder. Doc gave me n overall wellness test an she said that seemed fine. Tomorrow I go again for results but this time Im strong and ready to fight this disease and I for once feel brave.i have been running too long and being suicidal but I have to move on.
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480448 tn?1426948538
At the time I was naive and didnt know that Oral n Intercourse are just the same.

They're not.

You didn't put yourself at risk for HIV...as oral sex is not a risk for HIV...ONLY unprotected vaginal or anal sex (sexually speaking).
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I founf some comfort in your reple however my symptoms are real but I am going to have my results today and hopefully look for support groups.
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186166 tn?1385259382
expect a negative...you never had a risk
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Support groups for what? Hypochondria? You never had a risk.
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You were rite, thanks for your support.
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My test came -
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