I had several exposures to csws over a three year period. My first HIV test was in September, I believe it was at least 4 weeks since last encounter. Time frames get a little schewed which I know you have mentioned as a reason for the inexact science of the window period. The test was negative, I experienced a rash on my palms and soles of feet before the test and severe neck and back pain, possible oral thrush. The next test I had was in October probably 8 weeks from exposure, I had pnuemonia in between test, the test was negative. I continued to have sporadic palm rash and general malaise. I had an insurance exam on Dec 4th which a HIV test was part of a 2 million dollar life policy, non reactive result. I am now past a year and I continue to have eye infections pain in calves, rash on palms, white tounge and now my nodes seem to swollen and sore everywhere. I feel that I have endanged my wife because of negative results, I had unprotected sex with her one time and twoo weeks later she had swollen neck, fever and a urinary tract problem where she had raised white blood cells, (a sign of ARS). Simple question should I test again? These problems should have gone away if caused by stress, i also have had cold sores almost continually the last year. Doc dont want to seem crazy but is there a chance I was alate seroconverter. I am not IV drug user nor am I a cancer patient. Please answer this question, I need direction.