Hi , I know one of the earlier symptoms of HIV is fever .After ten days of exposure .if someone feel warm inside the body like never had before but have no fever .is it counted as one of the symptom ? Or someone must get 37.5 celcius to be consider as a real chance of having HIV?
Miss Lizzie if you've read my post posted last week . I had unprotected oral sex which i didnt know when my penis was hurt (before or after )she gave me oral . I know oral sex is 0 risk .
So i post a new thread here and ask about the heat i got inside my body .no fever but hot inside .however i feel energized too.
If a patient got heat but no fever(please ignore my case) does that means our body starts moving against the HIV virus? or only the present of fever shows that we are probably infected? I couldn't find any article on web a related to this so i came here again.
I am having the same symptom. I recently, about 3 weeks ago had unprotected vaginal sex with a girl. The following day or 2 o started noticing my genital area was feeling very warm/hot and then over the next couple of daays i felt hot throughout my body but no temperature. Is this an ARS symptom ora symptom for another std or viral infection. Please help!?
I google it and it said something about penis head being red but I'm also over weight you think something else might be wrong I had a cyst and now it's almost gone on the right side of my head? I appreciate every ones help it gave me piece of mind instead of freaking out
yes i do have such experience though not oral sex but have been feeling exessive heat inside my body for more than eight months now no weight loss or other mentioned symptoms but i have been engolved with fear all this while. Pls help me out.
I have a question? I am female. But the heat that generates from my body moves. In spots. Some times my back area, my back of neck, even my head, my abdominal , the heat spots jus jump arounds. What can this be?
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