... were 3 weeks after exposure. Now, will my 5 week test be positive if those were indeed ars symptoms? ... (11 replies)
... ad. I rather just ask you guys that get back on Google. Google will make you think you can get HIV from pineapples. I know symtoms can't diagnose hiv but my only symptoms I had was headache that started week one than diarrhea started week 2 and lasted for weeks. I still have diarrhea now some days. I was constantly belching. ... (14 replies)
... I'm 27 years old and had protected sex with a sex worker around 7 1/2 weeks ago. Initially, I was not worried about contracting any STDs because it was protected and the condom never broke. However, at around 4 weeks, a red pimple showed up in my upper pubic hair region. It has been there ever since. It does not look like the typical chancre (open sore), but also does not itch... (4 replies)
... Hello there... The only way someone can confirm his/her status is by the HIV test. I will advice you do one soon and see a doctor for other health concern. all is well (2 replies)
... so scared I ended up being put on anxiety medicine because I'd constantly look all the symptoms up and have them instantly even though I never had a breakout or fever or swollen lymph nodes I had leg pain and headaches and the bacterial vaginosis infection but I didn't know of the infection yet. ... (2 replies)
... the only way you can diagnose an ars fever is by getting tested with a positive result. ... (2 replies)
... and stupidly had sex with a prostitute walking the streets. First time travelling and this completely ruined my experience and had to fly home prematurely due to symptoms of HIV infection. I advise anyone reading this to not engage in sex with workers as imo just isnt worth it. ... (2 replies)
... hay fever symptoms. Runny nose, clear nasal discharge. I didn't have a sore throat or temperature, it's pretty much passed now after about 4 days. ... (7 replies)
... So since my earlier symptoms I stated, 13 days after post exposure I got a strange rash on my chest...look like small, red spots near my hair follicles...only like 20 or so spots in total. ... (5 replies)
... that had an article about ARS and it said that people who suffer from ARS generally test positive three weeks after showing symptoms. ... (2 replies)
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... I know ARS can last from "several days" to "several weeks. ... (20 replies)
... But i would like to mention further on Symptoms which Possibly infected person MAY or MAY NOT get. ... (24 replies)
... You are lucky it was only oral sex that has very low chance of transmission if any, according what most expert are saying. My question is, How did you find she was HIV positive that is impoossible with most. I suspected the gitl i met to be positive but i have no way of finding out, how did you find out. (58 replies)
... Received oral sex later on found out she hiv positive. I have big headache, fever, vomit, diaharra last about 3 day. Now I have white tongue n muscle pain on n off on my right shoulder. As for rash, I always has that before this. I test 6 time always to 14 n half week. (58 replies)
... ources online that thrush and night sweats do occure as part of ARS. Although thrush is not as common, nightsweats does occur along with many of the other common symptoms fever, headache, and rash. I would like to believe they dont otherwise i would be much relax but sites like webmd and others do list these symptoms. ... (58 replies)
... chasing those symptoms is a total waste of time. ... (58 replies)
... If your symptoms were due to HIV you would have seroconverted by the time that you took your 4 week test, which would have resulted in a positive test result. ... (58 replies)
... days after the exposure. fever, headache, stomach pain, lympe node. Ok these symptoms can be caused by many things thats understood. but thrush and nightsweat were additional symptoms i felt, that worries me most than anything else. ... (58 replies)
... you have read too much...
what symptoms you have,
has no bearing on what your hiv status is.
only the tests can determine that.
the test results are a much better indicator to what your status is
then any symptom you could have.
you will see it for yourself
with your next test.
good luck (58 replies)