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... All of these symptoms were VERY mild. They only lasted for a couple of days. ... (2 replies)
... My worry is my symptoms I've read that CMV and EBV cause similar symptoms and are more persistent than HIV could this be my problem? ... (3 replies)
... Symptoms mean NOTHING as far as HIV. The only things that can counted are risk and HIV tests. Since oral sex is NOT a risk, you have zero HIV concerns here. Really buddy, if there were any cause for HIV concern, we would say so. If you want to go for an HIV test at about the 6-8 week mark to ease your worries, go for it. At 6 weeks, tests are over 99% accurate meaning they... (5 replies)

... So even though i experienced all those "ARS" symptoms in a matter of days should I be worried about HIV? ... (5 replies)
... Can it be HIV even thought the symptoms started in days? ... (5 replies)
... Hi, I will be brief and short with this had an exposure and since week 2 have suffered varying symptoms of ars right up until week 7...... ... (14 replies)
... Hi Guys, I have had my colonoscopy done yesterday as I was having loose stool from last 1 and 1/2 month and my stool seems like it was not normal. GI did not notice anything in GI tract. Didn't even took anything for biopsies... However, The worst part is that I have Grade 3 to 4 internal hemorrhoids that we can see it through even photographs. It makes me much more... (9 replies)
... All the ARS symptoms. Please understand that I'm not writing all but I have experienced all of them sevearly. ... (9 replies)
... Do hiv acute infections cause this symptoms so long. ... (2 replies)
... This forum cannot address your symptoms. See a doctor. All we can tell you is that they have NOTHING to do with HIV for the reasons you stated. You are wasting time and emotional energy obsessing it. Also, the fact that your doctor has told you that there is nothing wrong, indicates a mental health issue. Thus, you may want to consider taking up your concerns with a... (2 replies)
... I was ok, but this symptoms since 2 months shaken my confidence and I started to think it could be ars. ... (2 replies)
... TY guys for your quick and comforting answer. Yes. Based on CDC 3 month is conclusive for 97% of the people. My fear is I have had RISK and SYMPTOMS. I'm more worried about delayed sero conversion even though I possibly don't have any condition except that I don't know if I have any immunodeficiency. I'm more worried because of following symptoms: 1) Loose stool from... (9 replies)
... you are not doing a good job of self diagnosing yourself, stop it and leave it to a professional. you should not have any HIV concerns. (9 replies)
... Yes. Seek the assistance of a mental health professional. Your issues are beyond the scope of help that an HIV forum can provide. You are wasting time and emotional energy about a virus that you clearly do not HIV. Seek the professional mental help that you clearly need. (9 replies)
... Not an HIV issue. Symptom speculation. See a doctor. There is nothing more to discuss. (9 replies)
... 12 weeks is conclusive. Six Months for people who are on cancer therapy and other conditions. I believe you are fine. Do a full blood test and see your doctor. All the best (9 replies)
... you got negative results you do not have a HIV issue stop over testing and go work with a doctor to figure out what is wrong. good luck (9 replies)
... 12 weeks is conclusive. 6 months only applys to long term I've drug users, people on aggressive chemo or people on organ transplant medication. (9 replies)
... Not an HIV issue. (9 replies)
... I HAVE NO SIGN OF WARTS ANYWHERE, WHEN WOULD SYMPTOMS TYPICALLY SHOW UP AFTER EXPOSURE, I HAVE A PAP TEST AUGUST 10TH. HPV CANCERS, THROAT, TONGUE, CERVICAL, OVARIAN, ANAL, UTIRUS ECT. ... (7 replies)


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