|im 14 and gave a boy oral sex now im having ars symptoms ?
Sep 16, 2012
im 14 and gave a boy unprotected fellatio he didnt ejacualate but im not sure about pre-cumm anyway he sad he is negative because he has only had sex with 2 people and used protection and he claimed they where virgins. 2 weeks after exposure i developed a sore throat which was limited to right side of throat.the day after the sore throat developed i had a headache which laste approx. 30 minutes and and six days after the cough began i have developed two very small canker sores (mouth ulcer) im worried these are ars symptoms and i have caught hiv ?
| Response from Ms. Southall
Hi We know that oral sex carries the lowest risk of HIV transmission. Also the signs or symptoms that you are having are too soon for HIV signs. There are other sexually transmitted infections that can occur or you can just have a cold or virus. If your symptoms continue I would recommend that you follow up with a health care provider to evaluate what is going on.
Be well and be safe, Shannon
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