went to vegas for the first time im a 23 year old male i have never had a gay experience before this and was unaware of the disease risk, i got high and i went to a gay bathhouse and had rough unprotected sexual intercourse with 3 unknown men one was from england (the intercourse included everything) its two weeks later the whole back of my throught is sore this started the two weeks later whatever else is in the back of your mouth its sore to, im gonna get tested just as soon as i can for hiv, everything else too but hiv first, Its been 15 days since the encounter, i have read articles about differwnt tests saying they can check for somethin in like the first 7 days that will identify weather or not you have hiv but if u miss that period you gotta wait like 6 weeks before you can test and get a real ligit answer/// ?what are the chances i might have contracted hiv and whats the best route from someone who truelly knows there stuff as far as taking which hiv test and when?View Thread
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