Body.com is extremely conservative, and wikipedia is a horrible resource, nothing has to be verified. YOU could create a wiki page.
On this site, we advise the following...fevers associated with ARS are always very high, over 101F. ARS symptoms, when they occur occur 2-4 weeks after exposure, and last 1-2 weeeks.
All of that being said,one can NEVER use "symptoms" to gauge their HIV status, they are too inconsistent, some newly infected people never even experience ARS, MANY others who may have classic ARS symptoms go on to test negative.
Only an HIV test will tell you your status. What was your risk anyway? Most people who think they have had a risk, never did.
thank you for your reply. I had potential risk but tested negative at 3 months period. I accept my negative conclusive report.after my incident I started learning about hiv.