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ASYMPTOMATIC PHASE

does everyone go through asymptomatic phase after infection?

i have had symptoms over last 3 months.

-tonsilitus(few weeks after exposure)

-fever and night sweats with nausea and sever jooint aches(3 weeks after exposure)

-sore mouth

-rash under armpits and chest.

all symptoms were seperated by about 3 weeks or so.

-breast tenderness and menstral "spotting".

couldnt i rule out hiv infection on the timline alone.most sites say ars lasts for 2-3 weeks,these symptoms were in a window of 3 months.

does EVERYONE go through a phase where they show no symptoms after ars?
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http://www.medhelp.org/posts/HIV-Prevention/hepatitus-shot-and-hiv-testing/show/1136356?personal_page_id=957442&post_id=post_5220441

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test was not conclusive,wasnt fda approved.im so scared.

why do they not say the test is not fda approved?
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