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Can ARS Develop In 7 Weeks

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Ask the Experts

Could ARS develop within 2 days if a more deadly subtype?

Dear Experts, I had protective insertive anal sex with a ladyboy (male to female transsexual) sex worker in Thailand. This is the only person I've been with in a year, and it was one incident about 5 days ago(Friday night, the day I'm...
Shannon Southall

Response from Shannon Southall

Rocky Mountain CARES
Hi JordanDr Bob was speaking of everyone's body. It just does not respond that way. Your best bet to give you the peace of mind that I see from your writing is to get tested. At 3 months from any type of exposure if your test comes back... Read more »

ARS at 8 weeks

Dear Dr. Hi, I have noticed you helping so many people on this site, and I plan on donating... Read more »

ARS symptoms 2 Weeks after Anal/oral

2 weeks ago I met up with a guy online and we had unprotected oral sex (I was sucked off) followed... Read more »
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tonsilitis, high fever as potential ars at 7-8 weeks

Posted by mdguy1, 1 Reply
Hello all I posted a while back my partner was diagnosed as hiv positive and we did have a risky behavior. I was tested negative at 5 weeks and as I was starting to relax I had very bad body pains the last couple weeks, had for one night a 104 fever... Read more »

ars under 2 weeks?

Posted by max, 1 Reply
I haven't seen this addressed specifically, but it seems to me people have been saying ARS starts appearing anywhere from 2-14 weeks after possible exposure. What about developing a rash mild fever in under 1 week? Is that too soon to be ARS? I am... Read more »

Persistent loose stool for 2-3 weeks, ARS?

Posted by canadian1984, 1 Reply
I have to say, for the last month I have been stressing over this.

I would like to ask members who have seen seroconversion before; how common do you see someone experience loose stool for nearly a month? I thought it was these sugar alcohol cookies... Read more »

Six week negative. Girlfriend and I still symptomatic. 'ARS can last for up to ten weeks'(?)

Posted by 908320498, 4 Replies
Hi guys, just a quick update from:

http://www.thebody.com/cgi-bin/bbs/showthreaded.php?Cat=&Board=infected&Number=269032

Six week test results came back:

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'HIV 1/2 Antigen/Antibody: Not Detected (not sure on... Read more »