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3 MONTHS TOO LONG FOR ARS?
      #30125 - 03/19/02 01:11 PM

Can anyone answer that question post about 2 weeks ago or not?



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Re: 3 MONTHS TOO LONG FOR ARS? new
      #30130 - 03/19/02 01:25 PM

First off, what question?

Secondly, if it dealt with the title of your post, then yes, 3 months is too long for ARS.



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Re: 3 MONTHS TOO LONG FOR ARS? new
      #30140 - 03/19/02 02:07 PM

I think if I had ARS any amount of time would be too long, let alone 3 months.

Again, bottom line is test at 3 months and move on. If had definite exposure test at 6 months and get over it!



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Re: 3 MONTHS TOO LONG FOR ARS? new
      #30182 - 03/19/02 09:21 PM

If you started getting symptoms at 3 months then its not ARS. However, ARS can last for months. if symptoms started at week four its quite possible they could last untill month four. Although some people say this is not so, i have read many posts from HIV positive people who say thier ARS lasted months....



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Re: 3 MONTHS TOO LONG FOR ARS? new
      #30224 - 03/20/02 01:21 PM

So you say that if the symptoms started at week 3 and have been going on for 3 months this could be ARS. Which then means that I would not test positive for HIV until these symptoms go away?

I tested neg at 15 weeks, these results were wrong?



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