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help me, im scared

May 30, 2012

10 months ago, i had a hives(gradualness) after 6 months Fever 2 days,then after 2 months Sore throat,diarhhea and Rash All over my body 10 hours only, after 2 months, i had symptoms of HIV,Head Ache And Dizzines, Single Canker Sore, Heartburn,Peeling Feet Skin, Yellow Coated at the end of my tongue but after i brush the yellow coated is gone.And now i have Chapped Lips, And Cold/Palsy Foot. Are my Symptoms Related to HIV? Please Answer.I Sleep 5 AM in the morning.

Response from Mr. Glenn

Thanks for your question,

What's more important than supposed "symptoms" is whether or not you had risk for HIV in the first place. All the things that you describe could be explained away by TONS of things. So many possibilities that there isn't a reason to prioritize HIV over anything else (unless you actually had risk).

Hope this helps!


HIV risk from "Environmental contact. Please help!"
Semen contraction / HIV compatible

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