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Hi, doctor Im a 25 male from Singapore. About 3 moths ago i have an unprotected sex with a stranger from Indonesia. she is a 28 female with 2 children and she told me she's a mistress of a guy whom is located in singapore but is an Indonesian as well. Now my biggest  fear is getting HIV from her cause having unprotected sex with her. I was tested HIV negative after 3 weeks using the ELISA .Tested 4 weeks again using ELISA. The lastest test which i took was using the RAPID was after 5-6  weeks. I experience symptoms like having few swollen lumps on the back of my head but cleared up within days.The lump grow and subsided within days.Could it be HIV Lymph nodes? on /off numbness and needle like pain on my feet and hands also occured recently.. now it's already 3 months after the incident, I dare not go for any further test anymore because im really afraid that i have HIV. My country recommand testing for HIV is 1 month after possible exposure for a baseline and conclusive result after 3 months.. Can u please advise doc ?  
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this is the wrong forum there are no doctors here. Just people with experiences, situations an advice.
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