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SWOLLEN LYMPH NODES!!!!!!!

Hey guys, In March I had protected sex but unprotected oral with a CSW in Russia,so I tested for antibodies in August that came back non reactive. But I had protected sex in September,my problem is I have some unexplained rash and swollen lymph nodes in my submandibular area. From internet investigation this looks like a prurigo rash. I am worried because it has been  a month now and my lymph nodes are still swollen  But not painful.
I would be really grateful for answers.
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1508374 tn?1380812110
Hi,
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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No risk, see your Doctor about the symptoms as they won't be anything to do with HIV.
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Hi PJ2239,
You are great , I was reading your all comments. Your information is good and proper, I think you have good knowledge in this. Please keep it up. Thank you
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Thanks, all the information is out there, but its very confusing and takes a lot of time to sift out what is relevant and up to date, there is quite a lot of out of date information on the web. Two good websites are:-

http://www.aidsmap.com/

or

http://www.avert.org/professionals/hiv-science
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