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How Many People Get Ars Symptoms

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Do people automatically test positive after ARS symptoms?

Seven weeks ago I made a stupid decision and had unprotected insertive anal intercourse with another male whose HIV status I did not know. Three or four weeks later, I developed a body rash which looked like an allergic reaction. I had been using...
Ryan M. Kull, C.S.W

Response from Ryan M. Kull, C.S.W

Columbia University's Health & Related Services
The amount of time it takes for a person to develop a detectable level of antibodies around the time of primary infection symptoms is variable. For this reason, if a person has significant exposure (anal or vaginal sex with an HIV infected, or high... Read more »

When do ARS symptoms generally start? What are the major symptoms of ARS?

Dear Dr. Bob,Thanks for the wonderful work that you do to help people everyday dealing with this... Read more »

ARS (ARS SYMPTOMS, 2010)

Dr. BobHey doc i noticed you tell alot of people there symptoms are not ars. What would a typical... Read more »
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No symptoms of ARS

Posted by Anonymous
The other day I had called the CDC, and the counselor told me that if a person shows no symptoms of ARS, then there is really no reason to get tested. She said since the vast majority of people will show symptoms, that it isn't necessary, especially... Read more »

ARS Symptoms

Posted by thinker, 2 Replies
Hello to all,

I would really appreciate it if some people out there that have been recently diagnosed with HIV would share their stories with me about their experience with ARS (early symptoms). What type of symptoms did you have? How long after... Read more »

symptoms after ars

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
hi all! i c many people are worrying about the ars. i know it varies, but as a general rule, what happens after ars, and how long does the ars last? is it common to develop symptoms of hiv/aids after the ars, or within 2-3 months. i hope somebody... Read more »

Has anyone with these "ARS Symptoms" tested + ???

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
Seems like a lot of people on here suffer from ARS symtoms but has anyone actually tested positive from here? Don't really see any posts about that.

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