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So teak and rainlover probably cant stand me by now, but i need your help. i tested positive on an oraquick test at 95 days after getting a faint line on my test at 91 days. i thought my test at 91 days was negative, but soon saw a very faint line a couple minutes after stating my status. i thought i waited too long so i purchased another test to take at 95 days. like i stated this one came back positive. so i went to my clinic at school the next day (96 days) to get my life sentence of HIV, but i was called today and was told it was negative. I was shocked. I figured the blood test would pick it up since the Doc said their a little more sensitive. So i dont know what to think now. i still got swollen lymph nodes, floaters in my eye, my muscles ache terribly near my shoulders and pectorals, fatigue, joint pain, and still got a white tongue. i also had a little canker sore develop on my tongue saturday and is still present.. So my question is should i look into further testing or a different cause to my problem. Should I get a WB test? Really confused. would love some insight on this.
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