Symptoms One Year After Exposure
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University of North CarolinaHello there-I think the symptoms you report certainly could be related to hep C exposure, I think time course for HIV would be a bit long as those symptoms tend to occur between 2-4 weeks out. For Hep C, if symptoms occur, the average time is 67... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Scared and Can't Learn a Lesson,Welcome back to the forum!I agree your HIV-acquisition risk is extremely low at best.Six weeks would be well beyond the usual two-three week period when the symptoms of acute retroviral syndrome (ARS)... Read more »
University of Miami School of MedicineA negative test 5 months after an exposure is about as reliable an indicator as you can get about your HIV status. Oral sex is a fairly low risk exposure (although not zero risk). The symptoms that you experienced are not due to HIV infection. Yes,... Read more »
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Posted by es2011, 1 Replyhello! I'm a 23 year old male in a service program in south america.
Thanks for reading my entry. Like most people on this forum I'm worried sick that I've contracted HIV. I've basically convinced myself that I already have, but before I die from... Read more »
Posted by jason22, 2 RepliesI have a question that I could not find addressed anywhere online. I know that the window period for HIV testing is stated as being anywhere from 6 weeks to 6 months, with many places saying 3 months.
What I do not understand is, what kind of... Read more »
Posted by 908320498, 10 RepliesHi guys,
Firstly - thank you for running such an informative service. I have already posted this on another forum but maybe you - as experts - can help shed some light / further offer some assistance.
Please help me.
45 days ago - whilst traveling... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHi everybody.
I had 1 unprotected anal exposure to a person at high risk. There was no ejac. (but probably precum) but later he fingered and there might be some on his finger. It is true that it is reasonable I should consider him as positive in... Read more »
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