6 weeks ago on sept 17 I was an idiot and had sex with a stripper. Like everyone else I regret it so much now. It was protected sexual intercourse but un protected oral going both ways...3 weeks after I was freaking out because I had a lost of appetite and started losing weight I went to the doctor and got tested it came back negative I felt better but them found out tht the blood test only checked for antibodies tht might not develop for 3 months. At 5 weeks after possible exposure I got tested again cause I was freaking out I went to a clinic and was tested with the clearview complete hiv 1/2 15min test ..it came back negative as well the thing is im still losing weight in the pass 2 weeks ive lost about 5lbs maybe a little more..im also feeling a few muscle aches here and there. And about 3 nights of night sweats spread out of the pass 3 weeks...is weight loss an early indicater? Or guilt?View Thread
Thnk you very much for your responseI do feel better but of course now another "symptom" has occured tht has brought me back to ask more questions...I woke up to a white tongue and everything ive been eating or drinking today has had an off or weird taste. And being the over worried anxiety driven guy I am I looked it up and boom! Thrush comes up and now im worried again. Is it possible to have thrush so early?View Thread
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