hi i had an anal sex with a sex worker and during it my precaution broke it was only 3 or 4 shots when i pulled it out. after 3 days i started feeling exhausted and fever and heating eyes from 98.6-98.9 no other symptoms and my wife also felt same after three days. it has been 7 weeks since then and i am not feeling 100% just heating eyes and headache near eye. my wifes head is aching since then till now. our all results were normal no fever o flu was found. now i am having a sore throat and even our symptoms resembles. so can u tell me if it could be HIV symptoms. and when should i get tested. please reply at the earliest.
means it cant be for 7 weeks.. r u sure ? but main thing is that me and my partner get some symptoms like now i had a sore tongue shes also having the same... its a geographic tongue.. and how accurate can a blood test be in the 8th week..
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