I knw I had protected sex , n u people are always very kind , bt I m getting all the symptoms,I m not feeling well which continues even in the 8th week n this things running me crazy. my mind have started to think that m the late seroconverter. m continuously in fear that my 12 week test is going to be positive, I m crying sometimes.I m the only child of my parents I have a good job n carrier ahead n m only 23.I don't knw wot to do...:(
Besides, you can never use symptoms to tell if you have HIV. Even among people who have ALL the symptoms (you don't have a single) only a minority turns out to have HIV. Body temperature goes up and down during the day based on activity level, food consumption, time-of-day, stress, anxiety. Furhter, the slighest razor cut can cause a swollen lymph node and a higher body temperature than usual. Most people just don't notice since they don't go around measuring the temperature all the time.
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