I am having problems since 3 months now. First thing I had allergic like reaction on one side of my face and I had too much mucous in my throat. my lymph nodes were swollen and painful. I started taking amoxicllin 250 mg. I took 10 tablets. My rash went away but as soon as i stopped it they came back my tongue had sores and it was white. I went to doctor and she thought it was allergy. She gave me zertac. It helped my rashes to go away. But my tongue is not getting better. I am really worried about HIV. i had unprotacted sex in 2007. Please let my know if I could have HIV.
I am going to reply to your question in English now, but I would like to remind you that this forum is supposed to be in Spanish.
Your symptoms are not typical of acute HIV sero-conversion at all wahtsoever as they would never happen so long after the original possible exposure, as we are now talking three years later. In any case, in order to have peace of mind, the best you could do is to have a simple HIV antibody test.
Gracias por su pregunta y bienvenido al foro del VIH en español. Me ha hecho su pregunta en inglés, pero al ser un foro en español, le he de contestar en esta lengua. Si desea que le conteste en inglés, ha de publicar su pregunta en ese foro.
Los síntomas que describe no son típicos en absoluto de sero-conversión aguda de VIH ya que estos no ocurrirían tanto tiempo después de la posible infección. Estamos hablando de tres años después. De todas formas, le aconsejo que se haga una simple prueba de anticuerpos del VIH para quedarse tranquilo.
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