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Hiv symptoms

I asked a question about a month ago regarding multiple unprotected oral and protected vaginal with five commercial sex workers.  It was said that I had no risk and testing wasn't warranted but I have been having a sore upper neck and spine area for some time now that comes and goes. Also under my jaw and neck area I have occasional pain that seems like my lymph nodes.  I also have been a little pain between my arm and bicep.  The two little bumps I had on my shoulder has almost gone away but its still there slightly.  Are any of these symptoms related to HIV infection?  Or is it really time to focus on getting over this anxiety.  Thanks a ton.
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Would the fact that I acquired Moluscum Contagism on my gentials somehow make my risk any higher?  
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Would nausea for the last 3 weeks and frequently bloody noses provide any more evidence I could have contracted it?
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No, you never had an exposure.
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Thanks for your replies again all.  It seems I have severe HIV phobia and had no risk events.  I just need to get over my irrational fear.  Thanks for all you guys do.  Cheers.
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One last question.  I have been having a sore throat (not so much sore as annoying)  and phlegm now for about 3 weeks.  I also am having some pain in one or both ears occassionally.  My neck seems stiff and occasionally it seems like my lymph nodes are hurting.  Could this be related to HIV on its own?  Thanks
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No ,because you never had a risk of hiv infection.Re-read what you said on may 24th at 8.47pm,I think that says it all.
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