HIV has no specific symptoms that are not related to other illnesses.
90% of people with true ARS experience symptoms (at least according to the research I have found from several reputable websites).
The symptoms normally all come together and the most common are as follows:
High Fever of 101.5 F or greater (experienced by 96% of ARS sufferers)
Rash that is very faint, does not itch and appears on chest or stomach normally (70% experience)
Swollen lymph nodes (which only a doctor can tell you if they are swollen)
Diarreah (less common symptom)
Loss of appetite/Nausea
Like Teak said, symptoms are not a reliable indictor.
I had all the symptoms and more 3 weeks post exposure but the Dr ran tests on me and said I had Mono. I tested negative for HIV at 3 weeks.
Thank you Blue...and Teak! as always ur input has helped!
go take a test, i think u would have a acurate rersult by now since is ur 10 weeks right?