Welcome to the Forum. I'm afraid you misunderstand the nature of this forum. Our answers are provided in the context of our client's history. We do not play games with "guess what my exposure was". I will directly answer the questions you have asked.
As far as your symptoms are concerned however, you have seemed to missed our repeated statements that the symptoms of the ARS and early HIV infection are TOTALLY non-specific and when people experience "ARS symptoms" they are much more likely to have something else, usually some other, more typical virus infection. this is particularly true at this time when the entire world is in the midst of a pandemic of influenza. When this has been studied in the US, less than 1% of persons seeking medical care for "ARS symptoms" are found to have HIV, the remainder having symptoms due to other processes. In contrast, over a given year, there is almost no one who has not had a viral illness, night sweats or both (sometimes on multiple occasions). In addition, it is also important to realize that many persons who acquire HIV do not experience the ARS. For a person to try to judge their HIV risk based on "ARS symptoms" is a waste of time. Now for your questions:
1. See above
2. Neither. The ARS occurs at a time when antibodies to HIV are rapidly increasing and there are high concentrations of circulating virus in the blood.
3. Antibody testing should not be guided by symptoms but by time since exposure. By 4 weeks following exposure over 90% of persons who have acquired HIV have positive tests and at 8 weeks virtually everyone who is going to have a positve test does.
5. This is repetitive question,. See above
6.A negative test at 6.5 weeks makes if very unlikely that you have acquired HIV
I apologize for this additional delayed comment.
I also want to mention that since the time after fever my entire body is itchy. Especially my HANDS and fingers feel itchy all day, until today. I also experience increased muscle twitches everywhere on my body, night and day.
Thank you for considering those details.
I will not tell the risk of my exposure, in order for you to entirely focus on my symptoms please.
Humm you come here for help?? Your SYMPTOMS dont mean anything when it comes to HIV.. Only a test at three MONTHS after an exposure will tell you your status....