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History, Symptoms, and Testing

Apr 04, 2010 - 4 comments
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Liver

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spleen

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ELISA

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symptom

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testing

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Hepatitis

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infections

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negative

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fatigue

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HIV

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Blood

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DNA PCR



November 23, 2009:  Massage with manual stimulation (unprotected, there was no exchange of fluids)

Symptoms:  Shortly after the massage, I experienced an upper respiratory infection, liver and spleen tenderness, GI issues, mouth ulcers, fatigue and the list goes on.  Currently experiencing liver and spleen tenderness.

Testing History:
6 weeks post: HIV DNA PCR w/ antibody (neg), HCV DNA PCR (neg), STD screen (neg), acute hepatitis a,b,c (neg) 11 weeks post:  HIV Rapid blood test (neg)
13 weeks post:  HIV DNA PCR w/ antibody, HCV DNA PCR, Acute hepatitis panel.  All negative.
14.5 weeks post:  HIV ELISA: negative
19 weeks post:  HIV Rapid test: negative (symptoms still persisting, next test at 6 months post exposure)



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by Teak, Apr 04, 2010
As you were told time and time again you never had a risk of contracting HIV.

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by Johnny2009, Apr 05, 2010
Teak,
It appears as though I shouldn't have doubted your expertise on the issue.  However, the only way to alleviate my anxiety is to test out to 6 months.  

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by Teak, Apr 05, 2010
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by Johnny2009, Apr 05, 2010
How did I know that was coming?  How do you know when I update my journal anyway?

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