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Sex with HIV positive women using condom

Hi,

I had penetrative sex with a sex worker who is HIV positive (as she said after the act). I had used one condom(properly placed) while having sex. Condom didn't tore. 4 days after the act got cold and fever and headache. also getting white substance depositing under the skin of my penis which is itchy as well. I am really scared. Please help. Condom was not kept properly before use as mentioned by the manufacturer, can that be a problem
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If the condom didn't break as you said it didn't you did not have a risk.
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It's been 2 weeks now and still my penis is itching so much with the white substance coming out. also getting headache every day. if there is no chances of hiv infection from the act as explained above, why these symptoms?
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go see a doctor, even though your chances of contracting hiv is very low, there is  still a chance. weather the condom was removed properly or weather you had cuts prior from masturbating etc...  go see a doctor, and i think as for myself stress and anxiety can cause allthe symptoms you have ormost anyways.  
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You did not have a risk for HIV. The condom didn't break so it is not a risk.

As the guy stated above see a Dr for your symptoms, not STD related.
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where did the chance come from if he used a condom properly?
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the condom which i used, was placed in my wallet for a month, and was a thin condom to enhance pleasure. Can that be a risk, even though it didn't break.
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