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Curcumin as anti-hiv

It almost 3 month after my last exposure (unprotected anal sex with a man who unknown hiv status)
And one month after exposure I was always drank tumeric extract that contain curcumin. Curcumin famous as anti-hiv and anti-inflammantory.

Does curcumim will affect to develop antibodies? because curcumin againts the hiv virus, so the virus will decrease and will take long more time to infection my body?

I have swollen gland on my rear waist till now.
I never got swollen gland before :(
Sometime my feet and hand so easy to get tingling and numbess.
I developed non-itch rash start from 3 week after exposure. and lasted a month.
My last test at 7 week used HIV ag/ab combo came back negative.
And next week I will test at 12 week after exposure.
I am very scare :''(
I am not sure with my test at 7 week.
Because I have all of HIV symptoms.
Please pray for me :'(


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Teak I will test next week to get conclusive result at 12 week...
And now I am so worry about that.
What do you want to suggest me?
Rapid test or Elisa?
I scare Elisa will give me false positive because I have another viral infection in my body :'(
Rapid and Elisa is same?
Is rapid blood test accurate at 12 week?
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