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  • Posted By: b33eazy
  • January 6, 2011
  • 06:52 PM

Okay, I had unprotected vaginal sex with some girl. Three days later I walked in the rain and caught a cold. Then 7 days later (ten days after I slept with her), my mother told me to be careful about hiv. I then panicked and looked up symptoms for hiv. The next day I felt tired throughout the day. And day 11, I started to pee a lot. Day 12, I had joint pain (had joint pain for two weeks) , chest pain (temporarily), and frequent urination. I had frequent urination for almost a week. On day 13, I had nausea and that lasted for a few days. Now, on day 24, the joint pain mostly subsided, but I started to have headaches and minor chest pain. I also have pain in my testicles from time-to-time now. And then I got tested for hiv 4 weeks after possible exposure and it was negative; a doctor said that most people are positive by then and if my symptoms are this bad I would most likely be positive by then. However, after 35 days my muscles started twitching. In addition, I have two bumps on penis for all my life, but after I had sex with her, I have another bump now. I also have butt sweats. It's been six weeks since I slept with her, and I've been having symptoms for over 4 weeks. I also heard ars last 1-2 weeks.What could be the problem with me? Is it hiv?

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  • Get checked again by a doctor. It might be another sexually transimitted disease. Whatever it is, you need to be checked.
    aquila 1,263 Replies
    • January 6, 2011
    • 07:34 PM
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  • I have an appointment tomorrow... Also I've been checked for all STD's except Warts, Herpes and Hiv. It was negative for all of the ones that I checked.
    b33eazy 1 Replies
    • January 6, 2011
    • 07:48 PM
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