what was your possible exposure?
The organism delays about 5 days starting to produce antibodies, and the acute phase starts not so early between 10 and 15 days and thus. It waits some weeks and it makes a test of 4ª generation to diminish its anxiety and repeats after 60 days again, its parents recommends 90 days.
Looks a doctor to evaluate its symptoms, therefore one has only tested can say if it has or infection and will not be the symptoms that will go to say this.
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To answer your question, my encounter was mutual masturbation with a sex worker wherein I inserted most of my hand deeply into her vagina for several minutes and I had several cuts on my hand. I am unaware of her HIV status.
But even if my exposure was low risk or no risk, are the symptoms I listed consistent with or not consistent with intital infection symptoms of HIV onset within 10 to 20 days after intitial exposure?
Your insight would be appreciated. Thanks.
You didn't have a low risk, you didn't have a risk at all. Again as you were told above your symptoms are not ARS symptoms. See your doctor for your cold.