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Im male 26 years old i had an insident in thailand with unknown hiv status girl 6 months ago,i did not have sexual intercorse , just fingerd inside her and i open mouth kiss but i don't know whether she has bleeding inside her mouth or not and also i used to rub my eyes with same finger which is surely contracted with her vagunal fluid i realy scared of contracting hiv from this actives i explined. The first week of exposure i started to have symptomes like neck and shoulder pain then i tested finger prick hiv test negative .then i started to browsing all the time about hiv transmission and all, i could not sleep 2 months then after two weeks of exposure 5/6 rashes appeard in my shoulder which are like black heads but it wan not all together came one by one then became more panic since then i have had many symptoms
1.weight loss
2.throat problm (started before this insident but still have mild but tonsils are not swell no deficulty swallowing yet)
4.intermitend armpit pain
5. Groin pain
6.White tongue
7 mouth ulcer (heal within one week)
Please help me im really stressed
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1508374 tn?1380808510
There is no risk of hiv transmission for this incident.
HIV can be transmitted via unprotected vaginal or/and anal penetration, sharing IV works in drugs and from mother to child
Take care
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