The symptoms do not sound like classic ARS. In any event your exposure was no risk as your sex was protected. So you dont have HIV on the basis of this exposure.
ive read that both yeast infections and anal bleeding are symptoms of hiv. it seems that there is something new that pops up every week on me that is related to hiv
Thats anxiety for you.
You dont have HIV.
how could anxiety cause this when i look up what i have and hiv is a cause of it?
I meant the new symptoms every week. You categorically cannot be experiencing ARS because there was no risk of HIV transmission in the encounter that you mention.
would ars symptoms show up after 2 months? and how qucikly would symptoms(illnesses) of aids show up?
No. Ars symptoms ty[pically appear within 2-4 weeks.
However you cannot have ARS because you did not have a risk exposure.
how early could symptoms of aids show up?
You have no risk. That is my final post in this thread.
does anyone else have any input for me that can help?
protected sex = safe sex.
YOU HAD NO RISK
if you are having health concerns, see your dr instead of trying to self diagnose. it's NOT hiv related
i have seen drs. i was diagnosed with a yeast infection that i guess caused this rash and am seeing someone next week about the bleeding. is 5 months too early to be getting yeast infections from hiv? and also my hands are becoming very dry
your symptoms have NOTHING to do with hiv