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    HIV scare. losing my mind. going to test, but afraid!
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    IHateInternetDiagnosis posted:
    ok... so about halfway through october of 2012... i dated a girl very briefly. we only had unprotected intercourse one time. around halloween, i broke it off. she got very upset and started telling me and my friends she had hiv. a few days later she called and apologized and said she only did it to get back at me... and everything was ok and she did not have hiv. around thanksgiving.... i got a few headaches... which is normal for me. has been since i was in elementary school. Also, just recently 12/6/2012... my sinuses have gone haywire. alot f drippage into my throat which has givin me a sore throat. i have been worried since her lie....and now im freaking out. ive had no fever, no vomiting or diarhea.... i cant stop eating. just this sore throat some headaches, and some soreness in a few muscles. ive not really had any fatigue. im going to get tested.... but i need my mind at ease until i do.
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