... but aprox 4 weeks after i had glandular fever, my doctor gave me the blood test and confirmed this. What i am worried about now is that it was not glandular fever, but the signs of early hiv infection. ... (2 replies)
... Also not sure if I mentioned earlier but on the 26h of June I was treated for gonorrhea. I was fully screened the week before, by then I wasnt worried about this exposure but just having a general check up as thought it was about time.
They found gonorrhea and im not sure if it was me that has had it all along or if he gave it to me, but if I had it when I met him that... (11 replies)
... f i wasnt aware of my exposure id have this be mild and unnoticed. Anyway negative at 8 weeks. Have 2 more weeks till it's 12 weeks. Im hoping your right and its glandular fever, or another STD not HIV. But this rash really makes me doubt it. ... (76 replies)
... Even though you had a brief encounter of unprotected sex, there is a miniscule risk that you could catch HIV as you were the insertive partner, the risks are much, much, much lower for HIV contraction. ... (76 replies)
... t drink water because I just threw it back up and diarrhoea throughout the night. Both of these symptoms did not persist after this one night. I also got a mild fever and night sweats that night, which did persist for about a week. ... (3 replies)
I did not know where to post this as I have many symptoms and there is quite a lot that it could be. Just after a bit of advice really.
Its worth pointing out I havent had sex at all in the last 3 months and before that it was always protected.
About 8 or 9 weeks ago I got a large tattoo on my back. About 4 weeks ago I begun to have very non-specific symptoms... (13 replies)
... weeks post infection period. Every human is different, said that HIV reacts thus differently to their body.Some may get few symptoms, some may get many symptoms. I wont go in more detila with that symptoms. ... (24 replies)
... The problem with HIV is that it is very similar to other virus. we won't really know for sure without a test. ... (2 replies)
... we all do it if the doc found out it was glander fever that's wat it is BUT you are not going to bleave what people say I done the only thing I can.... ... (2 replies)
... chances of contracting HIV from the scenario I have outlined above? ... (2 replies)
... Can have Glandular Fever, Mono or diabetes type 1 affect a HIV result after 3 months ? ... (33 replies)
... If you think you have been misdiagnosed with glandular fever, although I cannot image why, discuss it with your doctor. ... (19 replies)
... none of your ailments are or were HIV related. ... (19 replies)
... i am really surprised thank you so much i am going to take as much precautions as possible in the future but another question i have had most of the symptoms of HIV but also i got diagnosed with Glandular fever so what do you think, could it be a case of reoccurant GF ? ... (19 replies)
... last month i had a HIV test done because i was worried about a past encounter. ... (19 replies)
... Only recently has HIV come to my attention. ... (1 replies)
... And it is not HIV!!! It will be either a flare up of cmv or maybe it has developed into glandular fever in which case you need to control it with paracetamol (Tylenol) and ibuprofen (Advil I think?) if your tonsils get too bad you can get short course of steroids but consult your doctor for the best advice! (36 replies)
... Well you are HIV negative and that will never change. Which is good news! You could have chronic glandular fever which sadly can make you very poorly and can linger in your system for sometimes a year or maybe more! Should also get a cmv test cos that can also linger. ... (5 replies)
... I've had some results back. It's definitely not Glandular Fever and my CBC and Plasma Viscosity came back normal. I did a rapid HIV test on Monday, which came back negative. ... (10 replies)
... t think any did. When I started to press him, he seemed to back track and say a 100 diseases could be causing this. He suggested it would be best to rule out glandular fever before considering HIV. ... (10 replies)