hi there,, i want to ask about the hiv disease,,,, i had safe sex 2 years before, with prostitute,, till today i am physically fit n fine except there is pain in my lower leg, means from the downside of knees to upper part of ankles, sometimes it gets worst when i walk a bit more in a day or when i drink also,,, i m also in confusion what to do,, is it the effect of that intercourse.. now i m in doubt as whether i m safe or not,,, i have gone through medical examination too,, but i dont know why i m not trusting that too???? so please help me to take me out of this confusion.... hope will get a better responseView Thread
thanks gail,, iit was safe sex,, but i m worried because same day i got ulcers in mouth which was only for 4-5 days but pain in my legs which is till today,,,, thats why i m scared of this deadly disease... otherwise i never ever ggot fever or flu in these two years without any reasonable cause. can u pls. make it clear to me ,,,,View Thread
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