I had protected vaginal, unprotected oral with a CSW back in 1993 and 1998, but I tested negative both times. In 2006, I started experiencing floaters in my left eye. Got tested again (negative). In March of 2007, I came down with a case of shingles. My wife took a job in Singapore last year and I went to visit her in November. A few days after sex, I started experiencing a fever, loss of appetite, chills, night sweats, and extreme dry mouth. There is swelling in the inside of my mouth (cheeks) which is still there and my gums have receded. I also noticed white patches and ridges had formed on the sides of my tongue. One week HIV 1/2 test was negative, as was DNA PCR 1. However, my tongue got worse (bloated and swollen) and my lips started to crack and whither and seem to have changed color (redder). There also seem to be small white bumps on them. I got tested again four weeks post (HIV neg, RNA PCR neg). But my symptoms (bad headaches, diarrhea) seemed to be getting worse, so I got tested again at six weeks (HIV neg). Nine weeks post, I am experiencing headaches, diarrhea for more than six weeks (and bowel noises), painful sore throat, dry/itchy skin, tingling/numbness in my feet. My tongue looks very gross and swollen now. I also seem to getting skinnier and losing muscle mass. I got tested again and it came back negative (HIV 1/2, viral load undetectable). But the doctor also tested my CD4 count and it came back with 396. There was also a drop in WBC from 8K to 6K in three weeks. Now I am really scared that I really do have HIV, but the tests are not picking it up, which means that I am not getting treated for it. Could the tests all be wrong and I really am infected? Are there any other tests that I can take that could show evidence of HIV infection? I have heard of something called non-HIV AIDS. Could it be that is what I have?