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is canker sore only one early symptom of hiv? i had protected anal sex the condom was intact and he didnt cum in condom so i had no any touch with cum

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Canker sore: Oral ulcers are characterised by a loss of the mucosal layer within the mouth. This can arise as a result of a number of disorders like infection ( herpes simplex, Candida) . trauma , chemicals, cancers , diseases like inflammatory bowel disease etc. see your doctor, get swabs done to rule out sexually transmitted infections .
Answered on Mar 11, 2018

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