I had protected sex (no ejaculation) and un protected oral( no ejaculation for 2 min) with someone that I met at a club 15.5 (15 week 5 days) weeks ago. The next day I got light fever and got dizzy. I scared of HIV and went through severe anxiety. I was tested for all STDs after 12 weeks and it came back negative. Then I took another test for HIV(HIV 1/O/2 Absâˆ’ICMA)and herpes ( Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) Types 1-/2-Specific Antibodies, IgG) after 15.5 weeks(110 Days) its also negative. I got two blisters filled with clear liquid in my mouth around 5 weeks after encounter, they stayed only for couple of hours( was it an out break) and gone. But I have been going through constant dizzines at some time every day since the encounter 16 weeks ago. Is that because of anxiety (i am always thinking and convinced my self that I have hiv and herpes)? Can I consider my 15.5 week results as conclusive...Thanks for the help..View Thread
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