For one, symptoms don't matter when guaging an HIV risk...they are too inconsistent.
TRUE ARS symptoms are hard to miss...it presents as pretty nasty flu-like symptoms and is almost always accompanied by a fever, usually 101 or higher. Real ARS symptoms usually leave a person in bed ill for several days.
Again, one cannot ever go by symptoms or lack thereof when it comes to judging a risk. Some newly infected people never have one symptom, and many people who THINK they were infected and had symptoms are negative.
after a relation with risk i develop a limph node for 5 days... and started with low fever aroud 37º C for almost 15 days, normally at night... for me this nsyntoms indicate a infection of HIV, a lost almost 4 kilos in 3 weaks and are very tired...
I mada a quick test at day 24. This test ais of the third generation, this kind of tests are recomended only at 60 days isn´t it or thoes they indicate something at 3,5 weaks???
Thank you for your help!
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