Our expert says:
Presumably those guys were not looking for the sort of friendship you very reasonably had in mind. Ignore them both from here on. If they don't contact you, you will have confirmation that they have no further interest. from what you say of the sexual activity, the chances of haing picked up HIV is indeed very small, though faintly possible, so consult a doc ( or the HIV forum ) to plan to have a re-assuring HIV testing at the most appropriate time.
Almostg everyone has several symptoms at any time, but we usually don't particularly pay attention to these, until we have some other reason for being worried about our health, and then anxiety amplifies any symptom, even if trivial or from a trivial cause.
When you get to know someone over the net, you really don't know them at all --- you only know who they have chosen to appear as, when on the web. Speaking to these guys will n ot tell you whether or not they are HIV + or, if so, whether you picked up anything from them --- ONLY proper testing can tell you that. So stop trying to talk to them --- it won't solve any of your problems.
The symptoms you describe sound most likely to be due to anxiety, and are not tpical of HIV, which in its early stages often has no symptoms at all.
Consider some gay-friendly counselling to feel more confident about yourself ( I'd guess that some local gay organization could recommend some suitable counsellors ). And maybe try to form some friendly friendships, rather than sexual ones, so as not to confuse the natural interest in sex with the equally natural need for companionship
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