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please dr shannon answer please
Jan 7, 2013

4 years ago i had unprotected sex with a sex worker from that day onward my life become hell. very first symptom was flu then sweating , constipation then burning of body especially feets just like walking on coals still i am un able to wear shoes, now i am feeling nausea body heat congestion in head and chest sneezing every day my symptoms become swear every day early in the morning. i had so many hiv test but all result were negative but i am sure i am hiv positive. my stomach is not working properly my urine colour is dark yellow,i have oral cadida please helps me please

Response from Ms. Southall

Hi The guidelines for HIV testing is to be initially tested at 3 weeks and then again at 90 days. As long as there were no exposures during this 90 day period of time, your test is conclusive. Your course of testing continuing after 4 years since the exposure and all of them coming back negative is showing that you are HIV free. My recommendation to you is that you follow up with your health care provider for evaluation of your ongoing symptoms. But it is not HIV.

Be well and stay safe, Shannon



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