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I had encounter nearly 10 months ago i have been dead scared sense then. I had experianced several symptoms that were flue like, headache, lymp node, stomach pain, and night sweats. this occured about 8-9 days after encounter. I took a test after 1 month. Between this time i started to develope a burning painful sensation in the penus. Now i became certain that i have caught something i took a test at 6 weeks for blood and urine to detect anyother possible stds this all came back all negative. However this all hasnt ease my fear. according to doctor i no longer was at risk as he assure me that i have nothing. but im still in doubt as i read online 3 months is conclusive and in some cases 6 months is considered fully conclusive. As a result decided to rather take at home test at 8 and 12 weeks using the home access test kit from cvs this all came negative. with the final 12 weeks test i felt i should just move on however i still continue to have doubts as continue to notice nightsweats at nights and minor rashes. Now i have read these are possible sign after in the long term stage. while people maybe asympotic nightsweats, rashes are very common, also notice that i feel more tired even if im trying to forget and move on. Now i find myself back in this same cycle over again. Just makes it even much more scarier to get tested now because i really felt i was really over this at 12 weeks but it seems there is slight chances. what should i do?
thanks for your response but 12 weeks with home access which i feel is less relieable then other hiv test at doctors i feel this could all be questionable. When waking up at night i feel night sweats, and rashes and also feel this sudden feeling of weakness are these all signs.
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