... I have no idea what is going on with you. But HIV is not causing what you are feeling. ... (7 replies)
... If so, your chlamydia could not possibly have put you at greater risk for HIV as it was NOT an active infection at the time. ... (17 replies)
... Thank you so much SOTM for you reply, when it comes to Chlamydia my symptoms started somewhere btw the 3rd and 4th week post incident and because it was a rectal infection, symptoms have been a bit different and more severe than usual, it looks like I have developed an UTI although the infection has been treated , before the incident I was dealing with a nasty dermatitis,... (17 replies)
... i understand what you want to say, but when you get recurring cold like symptoms you ask yourself if everything is good with your health i am in my 20 an athletic guy so this somehow bothered me. ... (7 replies)
... hi sorry to bother again but i wanted to tell i keep getting cold like symptoms which goes away and come again. ... (7 replies)
... Chlamydia posing any type of increased risk for HIV infection would be from a chlamydia infection that was already present. The symptoms of the chlamydia infection would be the reason that you would be at an increased risk of HIV. ... (17 replies)
... Thanks for your re-assurance , however it is sooo hard not to consider myself HIV + after all these symptoms and the high risk I had, I even contracted Chlamydia from the incident, which we know increases the chances of acquiring and passing HIV and other STDs, the guy was positive and it looks like he wasn't on treatment, he has a history of drug and alcohol abuse, and was... (17 replies)
... antigen hiv test and the results was negative the lab lady also informed me the girl 7 weeks test was 4th gen as well which was also negative.... ... (2 replies)
I am considering going for testing in a few days - at the eight weeks mark- do you guys think my 5.5 week negative test will change at 8 weeks? I have been having soo many symptoms and health issues that I can't help but think I am HIV +. I have been dealing with a nasty headache since basically day 4 post exposure, so basically 7 weeks in a row :( (17 replies)
... i have never seen that happen.
first hand i tested positive after only 19 days
and that was the first test i took.
i'm sure it would of shown up even sooner
if i had tested earlier.
if HIV was causing your symptoms,
it wouldn't be able to hide from a test.
that is why i think you should put it behind you
and focus on something else. (8 replies)
... oral sex is only a theoretical risk and it is not a route for a HIV infection. ... (2 replies)
... And, although I should probably listen to your advices I will test at 12 weeks mark to be sure and to exclude hiv 2 as possibility. ... (11 replies)
... Thank you all for your reply and believe me I would be all over with this if I don't have these symptoms which are related to hiv, following with timing of symptoms... ... (11 replies)
... because that is not a HIV issue. ... (7 replies)
... You never had any risk. Saliva is not infectious hence why kissing is safe. Your tests prove you dont have HIV.
What to so, see a doctor to help with your medical concerns.
Best of luck. (7 replies)
... after 5 month exposure i went to ictc lab i got test, test name com aids. result was negative. but still have some symptoms. so i worried about it. i tried call hiv helpline they all said 3 month is conclusive. still i am worried. i dont know what should i do next? ... (7 replies)
... You NEVER had a reason to get tested for HIV in the first place. Oral sex is NOT a risk. ... (11 replies)
... HIV is not as easy to catch then you are thinking
the tests are alot more accurate then you are thinking
stop thinking and see a doctor for your health concerns.. (11 replies)
... would you recommend me further hiv testing just in case? ... (11 replies)
... You never had a risk of hiv so none of this can be related, so your better off seeing a doctor to resolve your health concerns. ... (11 replies)