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Green skin all around eyes and skin seems saggy underneath eyes?????
I have noticed that the skin around my eyes has become green it is more noticable sometimes i also noticed that the skin underneath my eyes looks like its sagging. I know that symptoms never matter when diagnosing someone with hiv/aids. My last sexual encounter was 3 years ago (vaginal intercourse) i am a male. I also have a white coated tongue for 1 year and little red spots on my skin, not to many, that make skin itchy and i also feel like i have something sticky in my throte. Does anyone know if the green skin around my eyes or sagging skin underneath the eyes could be a symptom to hiv or aids or advanced aids. I've takin 2 hiv1 antibody test 2 years after last encounter and both where negative.
thanks for responding so quick teak. What about the other symptoms i describe? Could the be related to advanced hiv/aids? I have also had dry cough that lasts over 6 weeks 3 times since last sexual encounter in 2005.
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