Hi, I was possibly exposed to HIV on January 27, 2009. I was with the Sex Worker and she gave me the blow job. I was wearing the condom which was provided by her. When she was putting the condom on my penis was not hard enough. Long story short after I ejaculate, I found white stuff on groin area which probably mine came out of condom or her saliva. I cleaned the stuff with tissue paper and then I took off the condom with different tissue paper. After that I cleaned my penis and groin area with couple of new tissue papers. This was the whole situation. I dropped her off, came home wash myself and went to bed. After that on Feb. 1, 2009 I had sex with my GF (She is cleaned and never had sex with someone else) and we used condom. That day we tried new position. Well on Feb. 02, 2009 I start feeling pain in my groin area and genital (Penis) and my public area was so itchy. Also I start having burning, pinching and slight pain when I was urinating. I used to had urination problem before bu
According to the data you provided, you might be experiencing genital and/or urinary infection. Whether the prostate was affected can not be told without further test. Chlamydia and Gonorrhea are just some of the many possible bacterial causes for your condition.
Urethral swab and urine culture with antibiogram are needed to determine the exact cause and the most useful antibiotic.
Taking very potent antibiotics for longer period might affect the normal bacterial flora in the intestines and in the mouth resulting in diarrhea and/or oral fungal infection (most often candidiasis). Since you already have your treatment for the fungal infection, you might just have another HIV test three months after exposure.
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