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Sore throat, fever, tonsillitis infection, anxiety. Had unsafe sex. Suggest?

Dear dr. Christensen, I am bisexual and had unprotected sex with a guy, I had sore throat and fever 3 days after we had sex, my family doctor told me it was tonsillitis infection. And 2 weeks later I had muscle don t know whether it is caused by anxiety and pressure. I am the top guy, may I have your suggestion pls. Thanks . Adrian
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dec 2012

I know your question was directed to the other doctor but let me try giving my own suggestions. Tonsillitis can often occur after sexual contact (kissing or exchange of saliva) which amount to pathogenic bacteria or fungi moving from an affected person to you.
So you need to get treated for the tonsillitis (if not yet treated) by your family doctor. You did not complete what you had on muscle?? Do not know if it is cramp or pain or twitch?
Anxiety could result to many problems since you are weighed by the fact that you had an unprotected sex. Do a HIV test and screening for other STIs and repeat HIV test after 3 months.

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Answered: Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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