If you have past three months after the exposure,,, just forget the symptoms, get yourself tested, obtain a conclusive report and throw all your worries away permanently.
dear, eliza test after 7 weeks negative. but fever symptom after 3 months appear. so, still very concern!!
your posting history shows that you have NEVER had a risk.
kindly move along...you do NOT have a hiv concern
Test rarely changes after 6 weeks, there is a strong possibility that you do not have HIV, however you have to wait for 3 months for the conclusive test. There are a number of other reasons for common fever.
I did not remember your previous posts but Lizzie Lou did. As she said, you do not have any risk, why are you wasting your time?
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HIV Symptoms in Men After 6 Months
As per various medical science reports, HIV symptoms in men after 6 months of HIV infection may advance in what is called as later or acute stages of HIV infection. Nevertheless, this result can vary for different cases. Generalized information on HIV symptoms in men after 6 months forms the subject matter of this article.
HIV Symptoms in Men after 6 Months: Facts to Know
To understand the progression of HIV symptoms in men, we've got to analyze symptoms in the first few months (2 -3 months) and then the later months (after 5 - 6 months). Studies and medical reports have suggested that before six months, only those HIV infections show presence that are acute or severe. Acute HIV infections shows symptoms within two - three weeks after the virus has infected and it lasts for around 30 days. After 1 month, the symptoms may subside with minor occurrences often. Hence, after 6 months of the infection, there are no HIV symptoms in men. However, meanwhile, in the initial months of infection, the body immune system has already launched its first fight against AIDS and hence production of antibodies in the blood is carried out.
HIV seroconversion illness is a medical condition symptoms of which AIDS patients experience after the body starts producing antigens to fight HIV virus. Seroconversion symptoms last for nearly 30 days. This usually occurs in the starting months of HIV infection when HIV/AIDS - early symptoms of HIV infection start surfacing. Some of the most common symptoms in the first few months of infection (if the virus has infected) are sore throat, digestive problems, tiredness, rashes on skin, aches, pains and swollen lymph nodes. Once seroconversion symptoms are over after an month (or few weeks), AIDS disease advances into its most complex and longest stage - the asymptomatic stage, that is said to last for an average 10 years. During these years, there will be no prominent symptoms of HIV/AIDS. One of the dangerous facts about AIDS is that although, during asymptomatic stage, there will be no symptoms, the virus can still be transferred from the infected person.
KINDLY MOVE ALONG...YOU HAD NO RISK