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seroconversion illness in 2 days
Hi all. Is it possible to get seroconversion illness after 2 days of risky exposure
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NO.  ARS if one has it at all happen 2-4 weeks post infection and lasts 1-2 weeks.
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Impossible to still feel pain under your arm and in kneehole from HIV after 10 or more weeks?
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This is a serious question.
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There is no pain with ARS.
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I had protected sex with a female of unknown hiv status. However, I was recovering from a cold sore, and wasnt completely healed. The cold sore was not bleeding, but Im unceratin about the level to which it was healed to avoid any tranmission of hiv. I did kiss her during the process, and Im concerned that I might have contracted hiv through kissing her and my unhealed lip being exposed. I tried to check if she cracks on her lips and did not notice anything...but might have been having small cuts...also possility of other cuts inside the mounth that I couldnt see.

2 days later, I had flu-like symptoms and a slight sore throat. Today, it's about 8 days since the exposure and the flu-like symptoms are still there. She had said that she was recoving from flu when we had sex.

Should I be concerned?

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Thanks Teak, I will still go for the test after 6 weeks, just as a re-assurance.
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