... We don't discuss symptoms here. ... (3 replies)
... Would ars symptoms really come on and go in just over 48 hours? ... (3 replies)
... Thanks a lot for the answer. I know oral sex is very low to zero risk for hiv infection. But what scares me is the time and the symptoms I have developed that they all could be linked with the acute hiv infection. ... (4 replies)
... Oral sex, is not a risk of hiv. Saliva is not a route to transmit hiv as it's not infectious hence why kissing and sharing water bottles is fine. ... (4 replies)
... I am very worried that I have been infected with HIV and I simply just can't even sleep at night. A month ago I was very stupid and arange a meeting with a call girl. ... (4 replies)
... Your test confirms that if any symptoms were related to hiv you would test positive, so you can be assured you are fine and you don't need to test further. ... (9 replies)
... I absolutely am aware of the high risk groups but don't people get hiv from needle sticks in the healthcare setting and other unfortunate circumstances? ... (9 replies)
... Your tests confirm you don't have hiv from a no risk situation, it's as simple as that. There is little else we can help you with but it's quite clear your symptoms were not from hub or you would have tested positive. ... (2 replies)
... all came back negative. Today I went to my dr who said my symptoms are extremely likely to be hiv and he couldn't see me anymore since he's not a hiv specialist. I got fired from my job and have been depressed. ... (2 replies)
... You only need to test at 3 months if you had a risk which you didn't. So once again you do not need to test for hiv. (10 replies)
... Yes, labcorp is reliable. If you were infected you would have tested positive by now. The combo tests are highly accurate after 4 weeks. If it were me I would stop testing. See a doctor if you continue to feel unwell but it has nothing to do with HIV. (10 replies)
... You would have known whether you had anal sex or not, even at a gloryhole.
Anyway, you never had a risk and your tests have proved that. With the combination of tests that you took, it's impossible that you have HIV. You can expect your six week test to be negative. (10 replies)
... which means you should not have any HIV concerns. ... (6 replies)
... ank you sir for your reply, I want to add that 6 months before also I had a exposure where the condom bursted, but I tested after 5.5 months of that incident for HIV which comes out negative. ... (6 replies)
... you should have no concerns about HIV. (6 replies)
... Protected sex is not a risk of hiv at all. Nothing you mentioned will be a risk for you. It's more probable that you caught a cold. ... (6 replies)
... God Apollo I hope you are right. I cannot get it out of my head that maybe he did as I couldn't see what was going on on the other side. Let this be a lesson to anyone reading this. Don't do something this ridiculous.
I'll keep you posted I'm going to continue to test. (10 replies)
... Well I need to say it? I would know if I had sex with Someone.. mate your looking for a risk where their isn't one. (10 replies)
... I would have been the insertive partner in this situation (10 replies)
... I think it's fair to say, if some one tried to stick something up my backside, I would know about it !!.
As joggen said, your tests are fine. (10 replies)