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... Symptoms from HIV would not show up that quickly. ... (21 replies)
... Thats great news on testing negative for STDs. This is not a forum that goes outside of HIV discussion. But I will say that you should go again for another test for herpes. ... (3 replies)
... As soon as 20 days but most if not all buy 6 weeks. WBC has no bearing to HIV and testing. ... (12 replies)

... If I am still seroconverting, my test wouldn't show up on the antibody test, right? ... (12 replies)
... Hi can symptoms show within just 2-3 days of possible infection thru syringe in any case? Pls help iam worried (9 replies)
... Your Symptoms Showed Up Within Days Of The Exposure? ... (9 replies)
... It's about as likely as getting hit with lightning...ARS, or the symptoms that show up after initial infection take about 3-6 weeks to appear. The virus has to invade your cells, and that takes time. Rarely, does it take 24-36 hours. You're probably fine, but perhaps you and your partner should go on a date to the STD clinic if you have any worries. Best of luck -S- (3 replies)
... and flu like symptoms in less then a day. ... (3 replies)
... If the flu like symptoms show up in 7 days of possible exposure, is this too soon? ... (3 replies)
... How long does it take for HIV to show up in a blood test? ... (7 replies)
... Hey ..i had a possible HIV exposure and the early symptoms started showing up from only 2-3 days later.... can i be hiv + ? OR is it just due to Stress? Please reply..thanks (9 replies)
... t the Royal Melbourne hospital, say that the risk is negligible. However, I too have had sore groins and joints along with a sore throat etc. This could all be symptoms but it also be the symptoms of stress. When your so highly strung as I am at the moment, you do leave yourself open for infections and the like. ... (9 replies)
... Let me tell ya something....When I had my potential expos.. I felt that everything that hurt in my body was possible hiv symptom. Now its been around 8 months and I'm still worried. ... (9 replies)
... I have checked your other posts, I think we have similar risk and I am also suffering from symptoms for months (swollen lymph nodes etc). Never get a test done as I've been told the risk is too low. But I am also convinced I am infected despite the low/negligible risk. To answer your question some people will experience symptoms weeks after exposure(2-4 weeks), and then gone... (9 replies)
... people can go years without knowing that they have contracted HIV. I was just wondering how long after the exposure some of you believe you started feeling your symptoms or getting sick. ... (9 replies)
... Then you may have the most common HIV opportunistic infection...thrush. ... (3 replies)
... About thirty six hours or so later I developed a fever that reached about 102 before it broke in the night. I had no other symptoms and the fever was gone and I was completely back to normal about 24 hours later from the beginning of the illness. ... (3 replies)
... he did not ejaculate in my mouth...for a couple of weeks afterwards I obsessed over the risk of contracting HIV from possible preejaculate and wouldn't you know it? ... (8 replies)
... r while on vacation. I was very paranoid about STD's and HIV. I recall that my neck glands slightly swelled 7 days later. One larger than the other. No other symptoms like fever, sore throat, or rash. I ended up forgetting about it, but just wondering if I should be concerned. ... (2 replies)
... Thank you for the reply. I really want to believe that but find it very hard. Seeing these symptoms show up only 2 weeks after my last potential exposure and disappearing 2 to 3 weeks later is very concerning. ... (10 replies)




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