|Desperately trying to find some answeres but nobody answers
Jul 22, 2012
I have sent already two times my quesiotns regarding my concerns and nobody has answered. I know you all are pretty busy but I am desperate and in the verge of a serious nervous breakdown., hope this time I get some answers, cause I really need them. I have 2 events that really worry me, becasue of symptoms presented 3 weeks after sexual encounters. First event, had sex with a gril, condomo protected, hse got her period during this act, noticed it until I got my thing out of her cavity, saw the blood and all, removed it with toilet paper, the condom did not look broken. 3 1/2 weeks after this, I got a sore burning throat for 2 days, then had some stuffy running nose, and finally a semi productive cough that lasted for about a week. Did not notice any fever nos rash. Second event, had a one minute unprotected vaginal sex with a girl, later put on a condom, rest of sex waas protected, dondom did not break. Exactly 3 weeks after this, got a sore burning throat again, did not hurt when swallowing, just had that burning senstion ion the back of my throat, second day developed a dry cough that lasted for 5 days, no fever again. Only had sore throat and a dry cough. Please, do my symptoms sound like ARS, in both cases, they happened during the 2-4 weeks period. I am so afraid I might have gotten HIV, constantly looking at the web and hoping to find some reassurance. Are these ARS symptoms? they fell in the timeframe suggested for ARS. Am I infected? I nknow symptoms mean squat, regarding HIV, but at least they can give you a clue. Please, answer me, need someone knowledgeable to tell me something. Thank you
| Response from Mr. Cordova
Transmission is unlikely in either of the situations you described. An HIV test at the three month mark will give you a conclusive answer.
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