on last Friday i had Un protected oral sex with a sex worker. i took alcohol for the first time in my life. we kissed and she rubbed my penis on her clitoris. and eventually i came outside. i slept with her cuddling for almost 2 hours. after she left.
(Dnt know if she is HIV positive). on Sunday red itchy dots appeared on my legs. one on right and other on thigh. dots are minor ( one on left and one on right). a red dot on lower part of my penis as well. Next day two red dots appeared on my right arm as well. and some patches of rough skin as well. i feel a little burning itchy feeling on my body as well. on Tuesday i saw some pimples kind of rashes on my neck as well. also the nausea kind of feeling and fatigue and tiredness as well. i am a smoker as well and smoking a lot in all these days due to stress. what chances are that i am HIV positive.

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replied January 5th, 2019
Hello and welcome

I appreciate your concern

You can get a reliable test result for the following STDs

At 2 weeks: gonorrhea and chlamydia
1 week to 3 months for syphilis.
6 weeks to 3 months: HIV, hepatitis C and B

If an antigen/antibody test is done then a repeat test at 45 days is required. For other tests,repeat at 90 days after most recent exposure is required to tell for sure if you have HIV

Consult your doctor for further help.

Wishing you best of health

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