|PLS ANSWER ME! THANX!
Dec 6, 2001
Hello! I would like to ask if fatigue as a symtom of acute HIV infection can appear within 4 hours of possible exposure?
Please kindly reply as soon as possible!
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Four hours after exposure????? That's hardly enough time to smoke a cigarette, put your pants back on, and get back to the office! So the answer is no. If you are fatigued 4 hours after possible exposure, the fatigue would more likely be due to your "exposure" activities. RJF
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