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I am a 37 yrs old Male. I had a BDSM session with a professional mistress before a month. She made me lick her feet, thighs, sweaty armpits and also her shoes. She also made me swallow her saliva every now and then during the session. We didn't have intercourse and didn't have any oral sex either. But after few days, I started getting pimples on my face. After 3 weeks, I started getting itching on tip of my penis and in the genital area, dry mouth, oral thrush. Hence I did a HIV 4th gen cmia ab/ag test in 29 days from the date of exposure. It was Negative. But still I have itching, pimples and oral thrush. Today there are two very small blisters on the inner side of the lips. Is my test conclusive or should I go for another test? If it is conclusive, what could be the reason for the above symptoms. I am worried. Pls help.
PS: I am pre-diabetic person with high BP.
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The only risks for HIV in adults are:
1) Having unprotected anal or vaginal sex, or
2) sharing intravenous needles with IV drug users.

Nothing else you can think of would put you at risk for HIV.  Since you were never exposed to HIV, your test is conclusive and any HIV test you take will always be negative.

If the pimples and other medical issues are concerning you, please see a doctor for diagnosis of these non-HIV related symptoms.
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Thank you so much for your swift reply, Ma'am. I am relieved now. I hope I need not to take the test again.
I am worried about the mouth sores and oral thrush. If it's not due to HIV, Could it be due to STD?
You can ask about STDs here: https://www.medhelp.org/forums/STDs---STIs/show/98

You don't have HIV.
Thank you for the reassurance, Ma'am.
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