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Seroconversion time from Brazil

Nov 14, 2011

Hello Richard Cordova!

I'm talking from Brazil!

I've had an exposure in march 5th (unprotected insertive anal sex) with an unknow girl, pretty dumb of myself.

14 days after I experienced extreme nausea, loss of appetite, and after 1 week more mild fever, profuse night sweat, tingling pain on my joints, stomach rumbling, and the nausea continued. After one month of that I had a lot of small red dots in my chest and back, and they are still here, but a lot less.

Now, 8 months after, I still wake up with numbness on my feet, and hands, and all day I've been suffering with dry mouth and muscles twitchs all over the body. The nausea and stomach rumbling are present too.

Because of those symptoms, I tested with 4th generation:

45 days 60 days 75 days 90 days 102 days 120 days 6 months 7 months 8 months (I did 4th gen and a Viral Load RNA 'undetectable, < 40')

All Negative

But what about the history of the symptoms? I can't relax myself!


Greetings from Brazil!

Response from Mr. Cordova

Hi there:

Greetings from Chicago! Yes, the episode of unprotected insertive anal intercourse was a risk. That being said, your HIV test at 90 days was conclusive. No more testing is needed at this time.

In health, Richard

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