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I am 25 year old guy i work in indian army and i am posted in kashmir , Last year in Ending october i had un protected sex for few seconds with an unknown girl , next day i had fatigue, fever , sore throat , diarreha ,and a cyst in underarm i took antibiotcs and everything went well . In between these months i had few rashes here and there and in between occasional diarhea , but nothing serious .after that i had unprotected sex with another girl , she is absouletly fine , no symptoms , no illness . Does it mean that i am also not infected with hiv . Coz if i would have been infected with hiv from the first girl then that would have transfered to the second girl and she should have shown symptoms .it has been five months i didnt had any major symptom except white coated tongue from few days and infected tonsills . Please tell me what are the chances of me not being hiv positive.Am i thinking too much ? Please reply back asap .its a request
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AIDS doesn't occur immediately after getting HIV infection.It takes many months or sometimes many years to have AIDS once you become infected with HIV
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Get an Elisa Test for HIV done to rule it out
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As you are in the most prestigious and responsible profession,act accordingly. Always use precaution to avoid disease and de fame.
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