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Test!?!window period?
      03/16/02 10:08 AM

Hello everyone,

I have been sick for nine months now. I had a HIV test done after 6 months of possible exposure to the virus. The test came back neg! But the strange symptoms I am having have not gone away. I was wondering if the test sometimes won't pick up on the virus even after six months. It started out with the flu, then it went away and was replaced with a very fuzy hairy white tonge, lots of canker soars that come and go, numbness in hands,feet, headaches, nightmares,tingling sensations, bruises that come and go, tierdness, and now I am starting to get dark red bruises. Can anyone offer me some advice? I really don't mean to be wasting anyones time, but can the test be wrong? I will get retested and let you know my outcome.
You are all wonderfull! If I am negative or positive I have decided to do volunteer work involving aids orginizations, we can find a cure! Peace

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* Test!?!window period? Anonymous 03/16/02 10:08 AM
. * Re: Test!?!window period? Anonymous   04/15/02 01:46 PM
. * Re: Test!?!window period? Jackie_Blue   04/24/02 02:09 AM
. * Re: Test!?!window period? Anonymous   04/19/02 04:11 PM
. * Re: Test!?!window period? Anonymous   03/17/02 01:12 AM
. * Re: Test!?!window period? Ron   04/25/03 01:31 AM
. * Re: Test!?!window period? Jackie_Blue   03/19/02 01:14 PM
. * Re:WOW Anonymous   03/18/02 01:11 PM
. * BS JamieLEE   03/18/02 05:38 PM

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