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still Confused :(

Hi everyone,

my incident was with protection, it's been more than 9 months after the possible exposure, i had all symptoms u can say. most of my symptoms are gone but i still have,
white tongue
armpit pain(both)
just sum small bumps comes and goes.
thick urine (first comes as yellowish then like normal)

ma testing history is following:
8th week ELisa - Negative
9th week Rapid - Negative
10th Week Rapid - Negative
11th week Rapid - Negative
12 th week Rapid(82 days) - Negative (all rapid tests are blood not Oral)
6 months home kit (rapid) - Negative
8 months home kit (Rapid) - negative

my question is still possible to have HIV positive after all these tests ?
coz i am still having these symptoms.
plz kindly reply for this question

thank you

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2135035 tn?1345466635
Hi,

You are Hiv -ve.
About your symptoms
white tongue - base of tongue is bit whitish most of people have it, we eat food and that causes it, not worrisome.
armpit pain(both) :- This happens as well but we do not concentrate on every part of our body when we have nothing to worry about. you must be facing this because of anxiety/stress .
just sum small bumps comes and goes ;- bumps ?? our body gets small bumps pustulates, etc time to time. ( do not make assumptions. )
thick urine :- did you know how your urine was before this incident ??
Your symptoms are Anxiety related.
None of your symptoms says anything about Hiv , but if you think these are really causing you problems you must go to see a doctor for examination .

But also believe your test results that you are -ve , although if you used protection you did not required a test for Hiv..!
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See a Dr for your symptoms has nothing to do with HIV. You never needed to test.
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thanks Vance but really worried about it i am gonna consult a doc soon may b September coz the place i am living now doesn't have a clinic so i have to wait till that.  i am gonna get married soon i dont wanna hurt anyone.
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Avatar m tn
So you have internet access but no Dr...hard to believe.
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yep i have to travel miles for that they have only one house which have phone. ****** up village
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2135035 tn?1345466635
Hi,

You are Hiv -ve.
About your symptoms
white tongue - base of tongue is bit whitish most of people have it, we eat food and that causes it, not worrisome.
armpit pain(both) :- This happens as well but we do not concentrate on every part of our body when we have nothing to worry about. you must be facing this because of anxiety/stress .
just sum small bumps comes and goes ;- bumps ?? our body gets small bumps pustulates, etc time to time. ( do not make assumptions. )
thick urine :- did you know how your urine was before this incident ??
Your symptoms are Anxiety related.
None of your symptoms says anything about Hiv , but if you think these are really causing you problems you must go to see a doctor for examination .

But also believe your test results that you are -ve , although if you used protection you did not required a test for Hiv..!
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Avatar m tn
Move along, the poster didn't have an exposure.
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