Early Symptoms of Seroconversion
Jun 30, 2001
Dear Dr. Holodniy,
Thank you for all of the help you have provided in this forum. I have been reading it regularly for about 6 weeks.
I had unprotected oral sex (both recipient and insetive) with a man I do not know well, but claims he is negative. No ejaculation occurred, but I am unsure about the persence of pre-cum. About three weeks after the first encounter (about 6 weeks ago) I have had a peristent mild sore throat (no other symptoms).
Is sore throat alone, as a symptom, an indication of infection or seroconversion?
Your response would be appreciated?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
Sore throat by itself is entirely a Nonspecific symptom, which could be the result of many different causes.
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