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ARS happen at once? or one by one?

I had my exposure at 14/9.

I had joint pain at 4week-6week
I am having lymph nodes at my neck now (7weeks away from my last exposure)

CIMA test at 2,4,5,7 weeks . negative
abott rapid test at 6week negative

does the ARS happen all at once?
or come one by one?

thanks for concern
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and the warts hurt will let the HIV have gate to enter my body.
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I had potected sex.
but after that exposure I found warts around my "ask"

and i scare that will come along with HIV.

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ok
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I said MOVE ON. You won't be told again.
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Mate I am really sorry to bother you

but please answer my question on Main Page

thanks
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MOVE ON.
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How abt you? what your risk was?
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well when kissing I had open sores and split lips and my partner also had split lips because of the cold weather. I would not have took it seriously but the symptoms I told you were really indicating something.
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well when kissing I had open sores and split lips and my partner also had split lips because of the cold weather. I would not have took it seriously but the symptoms I told you were really indicating something.
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Through some resources I came to know that most of the people about 90% test postive by week 4, 95% week 8 and 99% by week 12. only 1% people take longer than 12 weeks and these are the people on high dose medications such as people with organ transplant, Cancer patient, People on PEP etc. Their bodies are unable to produce antibodies because the high dose medication they take supresses the Virus and in reaction the immune system is unable to produce antibodies. Even some people with AIDS pass the standard antibody test and shows no antibodies against HIV because they are also on high dose medication to boost their immune system.

By week 7 their are 90 - 95% chances that you be HIV negative.

I was shocked to hear about "Cmon" who test negative at week 8 and positve at 12. though this rarely happens but is really frighteneing.

Even Negative at week 12 I am still Anxious and frightened.
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Well, then you can forget about any symptoms and their timing. You didn't have a risk to begin with.
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open mouth kissing 0_0
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If ARS is present - and it is present in 50 to 90 percent of all infections - it rarely happens without fever. Normally ARS occurs 2-4 weeks after exposure.

What was your risk?
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I having my swollen lymphnodes in my back of neck from 7week.
my join pain is gone.....it happened at 4week-6week
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4 to 5 weeks means from the day of exposure
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I still have swollen lymphnodes in my neck but rest of all were gone with in a 4 to 5 weeks!

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those happen and gone within one month?
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I had Diaorrhea, Joint ache, Muscle ache, swollen lymphnodes in neck, lost 4 kilos of weight, sore throat and dry cough.

that all happened within one month after the post exposure.

but I am negative at week 3, 8, 11 and 12 (MEIA Testing)

I am still worried!
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