could HIV infection improve cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) pressure ?
hello , about 10 weeks ago I had a risk for HIV infection , and 2 weeks ago (8 weeks after infection) I found some symtoms such as loosing the weight , rashes in the moth mouth , sore troth and " aseptic meningitis " with a bad Headache , So I went to a hospital for 6 days and got some test , the pressure of cerebrospinal fluid was high and there was som wbc (white blood cells ) in the (CSF) , but hsv and HIV ag/ab both were negative ( at 60 days after infection ) , and the doctors all were confused , and told me I have behcat syndrome !!! my questions is that :
1-could I be infected by HIV and it affected on my CSF and caused aseptic meningitis but my HIV ab/ag test back negative 8 weeks after infection ?
2-could anxiety cause aseptic meningitis ?
3-how many time after incident is a good time for conclusive result ?
Teak , my exposure was a deep kiss , mutual Masturbation and oral sex with a sexworker in a massage parlore and she touched my private area too , WITHOUT anal or vaginal sex ! but I didnt use a condom .
Is it a possible exposure ?
santaboy , thank you for your replay and today I got anothere test 75 days after infection and it came back negative too , how much is it near too conclusive result , please determined that I have some hiv symptoms such as headache and white blood cells in the (CSF) and aseptic meningitis !!!
could hiv caused this symptoms ?
Thank you Lizzie Lou , I believe you , when you tell me about the ways of hiv transmission , but there is a problem , the night I went to the massage I was drunk , and the thay after going to massage , I went back and asked her about yesternight and she told me didnt occur vaginal or anal sex , and I hope so , ( I will never do it again ) ,
today I got another HIV1/2 (ag/ab) test and it was negative (75 daye after infection ) , how much is it near to conclusive result ?
every body , I repeat it again : I was drunk during the massage , so I'm not sure it was really safe , and not sure really what has hapened ?
So my question is this , whit determinding all the symptoms I have explaimed , how accurate is a hiv ab/ ag (elisa) after 75 days (some days more than 10 weeks ) ?
please answer my question kindly and I'm so worry about aseptic menemjits .
pleaseeeee help me .
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