Move on. You didn't have a risk.
Thank you Teak for your response, but can you please share with the wealth of knowledge that have in this regards. Do they happen in early stages of latter stages? I really appreciate your efforts here.
Those symptoms are not HIV specific.
so you mean that they don’t necessarily have a connection to HIV? I know that medication and diabetes can cause dry mouth but furry tongue is a very rare thing.
There is nothing more to add except read the posting guideline at the top of the forum.
What do you mean move on I am asking a simple question does it happen in early stages or later stages? It’s simple if there is no answers please tell me there is no answer, not move on.
You didn't have a risk of contracting HIV and you've read on this forum time and time again that HIV has NO SPECIFIC symtpoms. What is it that you don't understand?
i think they happen in later stages of HIV.
It dosent matter when it happens he do NOT HAVE HIV . Move on
it usually happens when you "read" about it.
furred tongue is not rare , due to anxiety, mouth breathers and a host of other things, as they said you didnt have a risk and so the question is pointless. trying to learn more symptoms of hiv just put obsessive thoughts in your head.