Possibility Of Getting HIV After Intercourse Without Contraception?
Good night. I want to tanaya, yesterday, March 5, 2019. I had sex without using a condam. And the next day, my body was hot and my head’s thigh was beating. And my throat feels achy. And my body feels achy and on 7 March 2019 it feels very uncomfortable in my neck and once my right armpit is twitching. Please help. Thank you. Thank you. Wasalam
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Having sexual relations with a partner whose sexual history is not clear is very risky to experience sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Even if you use a condom. This is because condoms can leak or tear during intercourse. In addition, sexual intercourse is often accompanied by oral sex.
All STI diseases might happen to you. Causing the emergence of complaints of fever, sore throat and other complaints not feeling well. Usually complaints will show a quirk in the next few days. Where will be marked typical complaints on your genital organs. Can be in the form of wounds, urinary feces, group nodules or one-on-one and other complaints.
STIs can be caused by bacterial, viral, fungal and protozoan infections. You can read more here.
To overcome your current complaints, take fever-lowering drugs, such as paracetamol. In addition, you can also do a warm compress on the forehead to help reduce fever. To treat strep throat, gargle with salt water. Boost your immune system by eating foods high in calories and protein. Expand to consume warm water.
Because you belong to a group of people who are at high risk of being infected with the HIV virus, you should consult the VCT (voluntary counseling and testing) clinic. You can find Polyclinics at local government hospitals.
If the complaint doesn't get better or is felt to be getting worse, consult your internist. In order to do further tests to be able to get the right treatment according to the cause.
Thus hopefully useful.