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can a cough be a symptom of hiv a few weeks after exposure i had a cough for a couple of weeks also had fever and chills and diareeer but i was also suffering from a bad case of uti but i am worried about the cough as i read this can be caused by ars symptoms of hiv pleased of any comments andhelp
i had a negative test at about 3-4 weeks and am due to go back to be retested this week but i am worried sick about this cough as have heard different stories on a cough being a ars symptom just wanted to know if a cough was a symptom of hiv or swollen lympth glands though i dont think they were swollen awaiting a reply thanks
Not without a dozen other symptoms to go along with it. ARS is diagnosed after one has tested positive, not before. Which you already know, when it comes to symptoms they don't mean a thing in diagnosing HIV. By the way, what was your exposure? I don't see where you mentioned it?
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