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Hii doc i am 22 year old male . Before 7 days i had a oral sex with a guy and after 4 days of sex i had a loose motions stomach pain and weekness so is this is sign of hiv?


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replied July 18th, 2017
HIV and AIDS Answer A61702
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The risk due to engaging in oral sex is negligible

Your symptoms are not related to HIV. Most likely cause of your symptoms would be due to common viral infections (common cold) which are common when you come in close contact (as during handshakes during meetings, kissing, sexual intercourse, etc) with new individuals, when nasal or oral secretions can be passed on to infect others.

Your gastrointestinal symptoms are not related to HIV, but could more likely be due to unrelated medical conditions, IBS, Stress, anxiety, etc.

Most of these cases improve on their own within a few days without treatment. Some measures like adequate rest, anti-inflammatory medications (advil, tylenol), good diet can help in recovery.


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