|What is my testing window?
Aug 12, 2012
Hello in mid January this year i had a condom breakage and was exposed after having sex with a prostitute, i have tested in June 24 and July 27 and the results came negative, i had Hep B some years ago ( i am 25 and had Hep B when i was 17 ) , im still worried because after the second test i had, i started developing some light burning skin sensation in my back who moved on the chest then on the soles of my foots and now moved on my forehead.. i dont know if those are Hiv related symptoms i don't know if HEP B can influence the tests in any way,i live in Romania and they didn't gave me much info.. ( i dont think they know that much ), my family doctor gave me some pills named Super Anti Stress , am i really stressed is the anxiety that much of a problem ? please answer me i have posted another question similar to this one but no one answered , ty, sry to be a pain :(
| Response from Mr. Cordova
Your symptoms have nothing to do with HIV. If the symptoms continue then I would suggest a visit to your doctor to discuss other possible causes.
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