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Low Grade Fever And Hiv

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Antigene p24 Low-grade fever, swollen glands HIV+??

I had a contact at risk 1 1/2 month ago.already 10 days after my submandibolar glands were swollen and still are at present time. In addition i keep having a low-grade feveer between 37 and 37.02 (celsius) and one slightly swollen lymphnode on the...
John A. Bartlett, M.D.

Response from John A. Bartlett, M.D.

Duke University Medical Center
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What about a "low grade" fever???

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
Does that happen in early HIV?? Or is the fever fairly high?

Im running about a 99 degree temperature do to some sinus/throat issues. (6 weeks past exposure)

No other symptoms. Is this something to be concerned about???? Read more »

persistant low grade fever

Posted by mobieorly123, 1 Reply
I went had some flu like symptoms about 2 weeks ago and now I've noticed that I get a raise in body temp approx 99.5-99.8 more or less at the same time of day

Could this be an indicator if I was exposed ? Read more »

low risk contact but fever and rash??

Posted by bob111, 2 Replies
i am male, had an encounter with another guy 2.5 weeks ago, involved kissing and oral both receive and giving. i gave only for a short amount of time, not sure how much precum was in mouth and had a canker sore in mouth. i had two cold sores that... Read more »

fever

Posted by scared_to_death, 5 Replies
I had a semi risky exposure back in 10-1998. I scared shitless after that. Within 6 weeks or so, I discovered I had a persistant low grade fever of 98.8 to 99.4. The fever always starts around noon and slowly subsides after about 8pm at night. ... Read more »