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thrush,red hair follicles

I had possible exposure 7 weeks ago,i tested negative 8 weeks ago,i have thrush and a group of hair follicles on my legs are red,they are in a group about 3 in long,they dont hurt or itch but i read these are hiv symptoms,my question is when do these symptoms usually appear in an hiv+ person,you can only see them if you look real close,admittedly im freaking out,now i think my lymph nodes in my neck are a little swollen,they dont hurt at all but when i touch them they feel larger than normal,please ur opinion is appreciated.
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Testing is the only way to know, we don't play the guessing game. Will say that a one time encounter is low risk.
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I know im just asking for an opinion
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So you had sex 7 weeks ago but you tested 1 week before that?
Test at 8 weeks and it will be conclsuive.
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Unprotected vagina sex
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What was your risk?
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