ok we give...what "kind of" sex did you have? unprotected? vaginal/anal? oral?
unprotected vaginal/anal and oral.
if someone experiences symptoms of being newly infected...these symptoms come at 2-4 WEEKS post exposure and last for 1-2 WEEKS.
symptoms cant be used to diagnose hiv. the symptoms of early infection are the same symptoms of many common, everyday illnesses. the ONLY way to know one's status is by testing at the appropriate time.
you can test 6-8 weeks post exposure for a good indication of your status. at that point...the result is unlikely to change. test at 3 months for a RELIABLE and CONCLUSIVE result.
What about the white spots on the tongue to early for that to be a concern?
you more than likely already had those white spots...STOP searching for "signs and symptoms".
test at the appropriate time.
It is a late stage symptom though correct me if i am wrong?
late stage? do you think you were infected 2 weeks ago and now you're in the late stage of aids?
No didnt say i was in the late stage... I meant having a white tongue is usually late stage symptons yeah? Simple question :D.
Dont suppose anyone can tell me about what the white spots could be? I have been taking anti biotics for the last 3 weeks. Doxycycline and amoxicillin.
Also ive had pain in both of my armpits for the last two days. Going the doctors but could that be related?