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Had unprotected sex, headache, stomach pain, diarrhea, warm body, dizziness. STD OR HIV?

Me & my girlfriend had unprotected sex yesterday I felt fine after but going through the day I started getting a headache & today we had sex again but with a condom but this time I feel sick, I had stomach pains the next morning, I had diearia & my head hurts my body is warms I get cold at times & I felt dizzy, I m scared did I catch & std? Or HIV??
Asked On : Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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i think your problem not related to STD more its like common cold and i dont think it has any relation with your sex activity but yes in presnce of some viral cold and if you had sex then you will feel very week and sick
avoid sex activity for next couple of days and at present consult your family physician
and always remember dont do sex activity without condom use except your wife , you will save your self from many health related problem in future
get well soon
take care
Answered: Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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