I had protected vaginal sex with an escort about 3-4 weeks ago, using a durex extra safe condom and the pack said, "Slightly thicker. With extra lubrication. For those who want the ultimate reassurance. Just because you want the peace of mind that comes with extra reassurance doesnt mean you want to sacrifice comfort and with the Extra Safe you dont have to."
However, after the removal of condom (after 5 mins), i experienced a moisture feeling on the glans, but not wet. The condom didn't break as far as i am aware, and the woman also said it didn't break, though didn't conducted a thorough check like filling water to check leakage.
Today, i started suffering sore throat all of a sudden while i was at work, and the front neck is now swollen and sore on both sides and the soreness is gradually increasing, as it becoming hard to rotate my neck. I can hear a squeezing like noise when pressed on neck or rotating the neck around/side by side. I also have a chill like feeling, but do not feel like fever. Now it is hard to swallow food or drink. i never had or remember this kind of sore throat anywhere near in the past.
I am now concerned whether i get infected with HIV +ve, even though used condom. That moisture feeling on my glans worries me the most.
I am confused whether it's her vaginal fluid or extra lube! This causing more anxiety and fear in me now.
Do durex extra safe condoms have lubrication inside as well by means of extra lube? I found in forums people saying condoms have lube both inside and outside.
Was that inside lube, which caused that moisture feeling on glans after removing the condom or her vaginal fluid?
I am really worried. However, there is no diarrhea and rashes on my body. There was a headache today morning when i woke up and it was gone when i took the tablets. I am facing some weight loss, but this is i know due to my poor diet caused by the nature of work and studies.
Please advice, is this an early sign of HIV +ve. and what was the actual reason for that moisture on glans-inside lube (is there anything called inside lube)?
If you were wearing a condom then the moisture could be lube, pre-ejaculatory fluid or sweat from your own body. Since you were using a condom I do not think it was her vaginal fluids.
Your symptoms are not HIV-related. If they persist I would suggest a visit to your doctor to determine possible causes.