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Please help me...Am i at risk of HIV?

I recently has done sex with a massage girl in a parlour, it was my first time i have done sex in my life. I'm not married, as it was first time i was feared.

The girl said to remove clothes and she massaged for a while. Then I kissed her in mouth but for seconds only. Then licked her breasts and nipples more time. Then i just kissed her vagina and try to oral but i stopped then. I fingered her but she stopped me as i had nails. Then she wore me a condom and i had sex with her but each time i have to take it and place it again and she came above me and did it. I ejaculated and she also cum on my penis with condom. Then removed my condom and wiped it with tissue and hugged me and slept for a while. After that day I got fever and sore throat body pain( maybe because of massage ). But I'm afraid as she has got lot of customers and I'm afraid now if i got hiv virus.she also cum when doing sex. I'm having fever from the very next day and also I don't know whether she has got a disease or not. Please help me, am I at risk? If yes what to do next?
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3191940 tn?1717500602
The only risks for HIV in adults are:
1) Having unprotected (no condom) penetrative anal or vaginal sex, OR
2) Sharing IV drug equipment with other IV drug users.

Nothing you did was a risk for HIV.  You had zero risk and you do not need to test. If you got a fever, it has NOTHING to do with HIV.

If you don't do any of those activities with someone of unknown status, or of known HIV+ status, you will NEVER have to worry about HIV.
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