False Hiv Symptoms

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Symptoms definitely not same as disease

...feeling sick after the negative results...so I guess that I am another one of those persons who fall in that deep depression that false HIV symptoms cause. I know that every symptom people feel IS REAL, but I cannot stress how important is to get...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello,"After testing negative . . . all my symptoms disappeared like magic." Gosh, another miracle . . . .Congrats! WOO-HOO!Dr. Bob Read more »

When the Doctor Speaks Listen UP!!!

...to call it pseudoHIV symptoms. Yeah that's right FALSE HIV symptoms. So I was tested at 3... Read more »

False Negative?

Is it possible to have HIV and have tested negative to one oral swab, two finger stick, and one... Read more »
Articles
The Well Project

What Is HIV?

...is about 600 to 1,500) How Do I Know if I Have HIV? Most people cannot tell that they have been exposed or infected. Symptoms of HIV infection may show up within two to four weeks of exposure to HIV, and can include fever, swollen glands,... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

HIV Testing

...cannot tell you if you have HIV infection. The sample you collect must be tested by a laboratory. Some special cases can give false or unclear results: Children born to HIV-positive mothers may have false positive antibody test results for... Read more »
AIDS Foundation of Chicago

The Faith in Prevention Training Manual: Tools for Your HIV/AIDS Ministry

...received a blood transfusion before 1985 Have had unprotected sex with anyone who has any of the above risks 1 What are the symptoms of HIV or AIDS? The symptoms of HIV can look similar to a variety of illnesses. It is important to be... Read more »
San Francisco AIDS Foundation

HIV Testing

...in batches, so you may have to wait one to two weeks for results. Beyond the Window Period ELISA tests are very rarely "false negative." This means if you have a negative test result, and you had met the Window Period guidelines after the... Read more »
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