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Please I need help
Dec 12, 2012

After sexual encounter, exactly after 3 months and last one was 104 days ago I have 4 antibody/antigen tests and all of them came back negative yet I still have all hiv symptoms include sore-throat, fatigue ,tender lymph nodes and muscles ache ..should i wrote my own last will or not? if you wont answer my question then i consider my self as rare case hiv positive.

Response from Mr. Glenn

Thanks for your question,

Your tests have continually confirmed that you did not get HIV from your sexual encounter. You are not a rare case where HIV isn't showing up. I can saw this with confidence because the tests you're taking are VERY good at what they do and you've had multiple runs of the tests!

I can understand that you're worried because of what you're feeling physically.. but all you're so-called "HIV symptoms" must be caused by something else. I'd guess that your stress, anxiety, worry, and fear are part of what's making you feel unwell. But by all means, please follow up with a medical doctor to figure out what's really causing you problems.

Hope this helps!

Erik



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