Is Stinging Pain A Possible Sign Of Ars
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Posted by alex39, 3 RepliesHi
I am a male and I did perform cunnilingus on a woman for few minutes. (No menstrual blood, and I have no sores or lesions in my mouth).
No Vaginal, No Anal.
9 days later I felt a little bit tired during the day and the same evening I got some chills... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI'm still having ARS Symptoms including raspy lungs, cough and dry mouth. I'm to the point I can't sleep at night!!! Are these associates with ARS??? It will be 2 weeks tomorrow for possible exposure... Read more »
Posted by jonah4321, 1 ReplyHi!
I had protected vaginal sex at a strip club about 2 weeks ago. The woman had provided the condom. A couple of days back, I developed a faint pain in my lower abdomen/groin area. As I palpitated the area of pain, I felt a faint swelling of the... Read more »
Posted by TheTygerI have read different sources concerning ARS, from textbooks and medical dictionaries, to medical sites on the Internet and thebody.com. Most sources say 2-4 weeks, others say within a month of exposure, still others put the figure at up to 6 weeks.... Read more »
Posted by don36I am and intelligent 36 year old man. I understand things preety well. After reading 100s of post i have a good understanding of whata HIV does to the body. My question is. Could I have not noticed ARS? About 4 to 5 months ago I started feeling bad... Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,I'll be brief, as I've answered many similar questions before. (Check the archives!)Your HIV risk is extremely low (unprotected oral, vaginal fingering with healing non-bleeding cut). Protected sex is indeed protected, assuming the... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Sy,Let me see if I can shatter your "window pain.""Protected" sex is indeed protected assuming the latex condom was used properly and did not fail. Masturbation is not a risk for HIV transmission; consequently, from what... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineHIV is not spread by droplet or aerosol like common cold viruses.... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineThose are very nonspecific symptoms. I suggest you see a dentist.... Read more »
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