|What steps should I take?
Mar 15, 2010
9 weeks after an exposure by kissing in a club, had antibody tests for Hepatitis A,B,C and HIV, after experiencing weight loss and other viral infections related symptoms, which came out negative. Tested for HIV again after 12 weeks, which also came up negative, still having swollen lymph nodes, and some other symptoms with digestive system and headache.
Shall I take other tests immediately or just wait? What would you suggest, since my symptoms are still continuing...
Response from Dr. McGovern
I would simply wait. I wouldn't have tested you in the first place since kissing is not a risk factor for these infections.
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