just want to know when do the HIV symptoms occur normally? i read that it mostly comes between 4 to 6 week after the exposure. is that correct ? is there any case that ARS symptoms occured after 3 months? i am asking because i read also that there are people with no symptoms...
i had a exposure earlier and started having kind of ARS symptoms just after 3 months like mild fever for around 2 weeks .. Burping (belching) just after i eat or drink anything and excessive body temperature ... are these known symptoms of ARS ??
thanks for that .. i know that you have answered earlier .. here i am just asking about symptoms and when they occur normally .. infact i am really worried ..as i have rubbed my penis also that time ...
please if you could answer my questions in this post ..
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