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    Possible gonorrhea? HIV too?
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    vegasgm posted:
    About 4 weeks ago, I hooked with someone but don't really remember what we did as I was drunk. On Sunday night I met another guy (I'm a male too), and we shared oral sex, masturbation, body rubbing etc. The day after I get a really bad sore throat and night sweats, and then last night noticed a whitish discharge from my penis. Today it must have been discharging too as there are flakes of white in my underwear.

    Can Gonorrhea start to show symptoms so soon?

    Could the sore throat, night sweats and possible gonnorhea be a sign that it could be HIV seroconversion? Or would I feel worse if it was that?
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