|Should I Rest? Donation on the Way
Sep 2, 2007
Hi Doctor Bob, it's me again Melvin. The dude with the Oral encounter with an unknown HIV status guy back in April. I had all flu like symptoms. I had the fever, muscle ache, chronic diarrhea, stiff neck, sore throat, post nasal drip, headache, white tongue, dry mouth, stuffy nosed, canker sores, and more I can't remember. Well, I went to the doctor, he said he thought I had sinusitis, and decided to run an HIV antibodies and RNA PCR test after my 4 month exposure. HIV antibodies Negative, RNA PCR Negative <50 copies, not detectable. Now, I am better after taking sudafed and Avelox medications for my post nasal drip. Should I still be concern about HIV? or should I just let it go???
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Should you be concerned about HIV? Nope.
Should you just let it go? Yep.
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