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    HIV Oral sex
    An_253052 posted:
    I had a brief encounter with a hookers in Europe and in Middle East, I didn't have sex with them its only Close mouth kissing and Cullingness, Immediately 10 days after 1st encounter and next day of second encounter had light fever of 37.7 C and red colored Rashes on the Body like never before, head ace, back pain, white tongue, fungal infection on groin area and arm pits, burning sensation while urinating, whitehead on eyelid .. Do you think i might have been infected with HIV for Oral sex like Close mouth kissing and Performing Cullingness no vaginal fluids entered my mouth. Note there was No SEX insertive on both the occasions ...can you please explain me the above symptoms in detail..
    georgiagail responded:
    Didn't you ask these same questions below?


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