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    An_247253 posted:
    a few days ago me and a girl I am dating had unprotected sex. about two days later she came down with a flu like illness 102.degree.fever, had to get antibiotics. I have convinced myself that I have given her HIV and I'm freaking out. I had had sex before here but never anything without a condom, so I just want.some advice on what to do cause I'm scared
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    georgiagail responded:
    The symptoms of ARS develops two to six weeks after transmission, not two days later.

    In addition, the fact she required antibiotics would indicate a bacterial, not viral infection. Antibiotics are totally useless in treating viral infections.

    If all your previous encounters were protected...and the condom was used accurately and did not break or tear...there is nothing you could pass on to her.

    If you remain concerned that YOU might be infected (highly, highly unlikely considering what you've posted here), then consider a screening test to allay your fears.

    Gail


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