i am 27 years old male i had sex with women 3 month ago and after that time i start having night swating. 2 weeks ago i had some of the hiv symptoms like swolling lymph and msucle pain. the sex was protact. i test 2 days ago my result is nigative. i want aske which one come before the symptoms or the antinbody.
Welcome to our Forum. You did not get HIV from the exposure you describe. An antibody test at 3 months would detect infection if you had. The symptoms of the ARS typically begin 2-3 weeks following exposure and certainly would not be occurring at this late date.
The symptoms you describe are not due to HIV acquired 3 months ago. In general, symptoms are a terrible way to evaluate risk for HIV. EWH
when she done i still not come and i ask her to take the candom then i start play with my pins to come. i am sorry for asking but i am realy worry and i am in streest now pleas help me i loosed like 10 paund since i have the symptoms. i did not like to eat and all the hiv symptom i read about i have it i need to get out of this as soon as i can i have the symptom for more then 2 weeks now
i still have the symptom and i losed 20 paund now i have pain over all my body in my legs and hand and have swelling lymph for 5 week i test after the symptoms onst be 5 week oral test became neg. do u think i have to do more test or i need to do PSR test.. please give me your advice about....
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