light headache for 3 days

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hello everyone 

im 24 years old male 

my condom broke 29 months ago in sex and after that im anxious about being sick 

ive been ok for almsot 3 weeks 

but i started to smoke alot 

3 packs of cigarette in 2 days 

after that, 2 days after that, i started to feel slight headache

its been 3 days that i have light headache mostly in back of my head 

is it related to sex ?

or something new ?

should i be concerned about it ?

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    Hi Slavash you're worried about something that happened over 2 years ago? I think you're suffering from anxiety. If you're so worried, go get tested. As far as the headache, that's a lot of nicotine going into your body. Could be nicotine related. Knock off the excessive smoking and see if it subsides. 

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    Stop worrying about things already happened. Condom broke to give you sickness? Unlikely. Quit smoking and live normally, do something enjoyable, take a mini vacation and see what happens.


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    Right. So I presume after the condom broke you got all the appropriate tests done to make sure you are STD free?

    If not, it may put your mind at rest to get those tests done now. Things like Chlamydia often don't show any symptoms. May I ask why you didn't get the tests done sooner?

    It is very very unlikely that your headache is related to sex you had over 2 years ago. If you aren't used to smoking that much, that is far more likely to be the cause of your headache.

    Is there anything in particular that has made this stress you out so much now, after all this time?

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      i wrote it wrong, its 29 weeks so 6.5 months 

      no i never did a test i was so afraid , and now that i had headache made me more afraid, 

      do you think its ok that that much of time past?

      ive never seen sores in my mouth and these kind of things 

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