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After 3 months negative

Hello Dear Distinguished
After 3 months tested HIV DUO The negative
And the relationship they are using a condom, but there was oral sex the penis without a condom
Came to me and all the many symptoms of AIDS
This test is No. 8 and all negative
But I still have the bites and itching and tingling in the feet and hands
And grains at the end of the tongue
And grains in the mouth and I have a white layer of white on the tongue
Is my exams with sufficient symptoms or what?
I'm still worried
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Avatar universal
You had no risk for HIV from oral sex and protected vaginal/anal sex. Your test proves you don't have HIV. See a Dr for your symptoms they have nothing to do with HIV.
1451884 tn?1307831369
But why do I even 3 months after the test was negative, which I still suffer from symptoms
I have tingling and itching in the feet and little hands and there is also burning them
And there is still fungus and blisters in the mouth and tongue
And my relationship was using a condom for vaginal sex
And without a condom for oral sex to my penis
1508374 tn?1380808510
You need to visit your doctor so he will tell you what caused these . HIV IS NOT YOUR CASE
1451884 tn?1307831369
Thank you dear
The problem is that the symptoms for the first time spoke to me I was very worried and tense and afraid of hiv and all the symptoms I was watching
All he would say that the most dangerous of the relationship, but the symptoms come
Conducted during the past 3 months and 9 tests all negative hiv
Is it possible to cause anxiety and fear that?
1508374 tn?1380808510
Of course..! Please keep calm . Everything is managable , even HIV. But it seems that you have anxiety problems and you that may cause you big problems to your health. Try to stay calm :)
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