Hi,dear professional doctor,
I had an unprotected sex with another girl, she now is confirmed as positive. For me, I had an 4week and 7week negative in melbourne sextual health clinic,I'm not sure what is the generation of the test. In addition, at fourth week after sex, I had symptom includued pharyngitis, headache, low grad fever 37.3c. And then about 2 weeks later, I got urticaria, and muscle and joint pain, feel very uncomfortable and fatigue....all my symptom still exists at the moment Can I survive from Hiv? Will my results change?
....so what kind of diseases may cause these symptom, as it lasting for more than one month...and u said, 3 month can be conclude... Is that means some people may have chance change the results from negative to positive?
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