HIV Exposure And Cold Symptoms
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Psychotherapist and AuthorI am sorry that you are so tortured by your current situation. But yes, you are the worried well, in terms of not having HIV. I don't know whether you have a physical illness that might be causing your symptoms or if your exceptionally high... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHiUnfortunately with the condom breaking you did put yourself at risk, obviously with contracting gonorrhea. Getting HIV tested is important.The guidelines for HIV testing are to be initially tested at 3 weeks then again at 3 months, if both of... Read more »
Test Positive Aware NetworkHi, Worried in Singapore:I would go easy on yourself. You used condoms for each and every act of penetrative sex and that is the best way to protect yourself against HIV. Licking a women's breast, having a tissue reused, and mosquito bites do... Read more »
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Posted by phillyeagles, 1 ReplySo I had a possible exposure three months ago, and at 7 weeks I did a blood antibody test that came back negative. Now, at around 12 weeks, I am starting to experience some ARS symptoms (fever, sweating, chills). I will DEFINITELY get retested in a... Read more »
Posted by HIV2Scared, 1 ReplyHello everyone!
I am a 20-year-old female who just returned from studying abroad in Cuba. I had unprotected vaginal sex one time with a bisexual man and gave him oral sex. He came in my mouth but did not come inside me during vaginal sex.
6 days... Read more »
Posted by JockeyguyHi to all you guys, especially Jblue. Well i'm into my 4th month and am going to do my test at 6 mths. I've had no symtoms except for that cold/flu I had about 3-4 weeks after my possible exposure in Southern Africa as well as a bit of diarreah... Read more »
Posted by jason22, 2 RepliesI have a question that I could not find addressed anywhere online. I know that the window period for HIV testing is stated as being anywhere from 6 weeks to 6 months, with many places saying 3 months.
What I do not understand is, what kind of... Read more »
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