|Can I have hiv that hiv test not picking up
Jan 6, 2010
It has been 21 months since my encounter I have had 7 hiv test 4 rapid and 3 blood drawn and the last was labcor HIV 1/0/2 all negative I am still having symptoms headaches, growling stomach, pin symptoms, heel pain, dry mouth, ashey skin, anal fissures,bronchitis, joint pain, vision problems. diarhea some time lose sometimes hard. My girl friend is also having same symptoms and she knows nothing about my encounter so I ruled out stress about knowing. Ihave some question for you If you don't mind answering. 1. Is anal fissures sign of Hiv? 2. Is there any sub type or group the test might not be picking up such as n and o or any others? 3. Is bronchitis a synptom of Hiv? 4. Can I get hiv from open mouth kissing? 5. Can I get Hiv from her kissing sucking breast? 6. Can I get Hiv from sucking her breast? 7. Is heel pain associated with hiv? 8. Why are we both have same symptoms we both have been faithful up until this one encounter. For got to mention the risk use N9 condom didn't break breast sucking from both of us and open mouth kissing
| Response from Dr. Frascino
2. Extremely unlikely.
8. Sorry, I can't diagnose the cause of your very common nonspecific symptoms over the internet. What I can do with great certainty is advise what's not causing your problems: It's not HIV!
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