sir i have a possible exposure on 1 june, 2008. 30 days after this exposure i got tested for antibody and it was negative. i tested exactly on the next day again and it was also negative. my symptoms includes a low grade fever, night sweats and chills, fatique hypertension. these symptoms persisted for almost 20 days. now i got again an antibody test after 81 days of exposure and it was negative. but i am not ready to believe it because now i have some of the symptoms which are still pesistent like too much day time sweating, skin itching, dandruff, hair fall, genital herps and phlegm in lungs. after having these type of symptoms it is really impossible to believe that i am not hiv+.
am i negative or positive. my possible exposure is shaving cut at a barbar shop. plese help
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