... My fear is that I am not aware of her HIV status . What are the chances of being infected in these scenarios when she was wearing panty and when she was not. ... (3 replies)
... You need to stop testing until 12 weeks as you run the risk of a false positive. If any of your symptoms were related to hiv then you would have tested positive. ... (3 replies)
... at 48 days negative and at 51 days, negative. All these were rapid tests. I never experienced particular symptoms such as swollen glands, rash, fever, flu like symptoms. I have been really scared lately and at times at night I sweat when I think of the issue. ... (3 replies)
... In india HIV negative one month post exposure 104 days negative post exposure. ... (5 replies)
... The only reason why I am still concerned is because my symptoms have been devastating. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks for the quick reply.
However, please go through it again. Below is the detailed version.
I had an encounter with a guy in the end of September.
He tried to insert his member in me but then I did not do it since it was too painful. I don't remember if he was wearing a condom then. However, afterwards, I gave him a head and this time, he was wearing a condom. He gave... (5 replies)
... Symptoms are not diagnostic of HIV. You need to test at the appropriate time. That's all we can tell you. (6 replies)
... What if before I removed the condom I washed my hands without soap but my hands were not dry before touching my penis. Would that be a good environment for hiv to thrive and spread? ... (12 replies)
... I'm really freaking out about getting this HIV test I feel like I might really have it my throat and chest hurts I don't know if these are real symptoms or anxiety driven but I am so scared. ... (6 replies)
... I had a sexual encounter with a guy. He said he is clean. But, a week later I developed a rash on my forearms, back and some on my legs and some on hips. I had no other symptoms. As far as I remember, he used protection. He tried to insert his penis in me but then I stopped as it was painful. We deep kissed and I gave him a head. He had worn his condom while I was giving him a... (5 replies)
... Symptoms are NOT diagnostic of HIV. We will not discuss further. Expect additional negatives. (5 replies)
... Thanks Joggen for your fast response and a grim of hope there for me. I will follow your advise.
Apollo and you make it clear that this forum don't base conclusions on symptoms alone but my case has been so frustrating to me because , I started having very itchy outside part of my ears second day of my exposure and had a rash one on my chest and other five at my back and... (5 replies)
... her advice. This is especially important since you report a discharge. This is not related to HIV but could be another STD. Follow their advice on testing for HIV and STDs. ... (5 replies)
... I had all the ARS symptoms so so confused in life now. Curiosity and anxiety made me had some too early tests which I know don't count. ... (5 replies)
... HIV can NEVER be diagnosed by symptoms. Besides, your symptoms were already diagnosed as a bacterial infection. HIV "symptoms" are the same as thousands of much more common illnesses. ... (11 replies)
... s conclusive. I have never heard anyone testing positive after 6 weeks let alone 8 weeks. A final test at 12 weeks will end your concern, but its quite clear any symptoms you had were not related to HIV or you would have tested positive. ... (6 replies)
... I had a sexual encounter with a guy. He said he is clean. But, a week later I developed a rash on my forearms, back and some on my legs and some on hips. I had no other symptoms. As far as I remember, he used protection. He tried to insert his penis in me but then I stopped as it was painful. We deep kissed and I gave him a head. He had worn his condom while I was giving him a... (2 replies)
... have been so sick that I have thought the worst I guess. When the 90 days are up , can I still use the oraquick and test at home or should I do the home access hiv 1 again? ... (6 replies)
... As Apollo said, the tests you took were pointless, as you had no risk here. Symptoms mean NOTHING as far as HIV. But your tests prove you are negative. ... (4 replies)
... Symptoms mean nothing at all. That 8 week test is extremely reassuring.
The chances he had HIV, and that you contracted it, and that an 8 week test missed it are astronomically low when you consider them together.
take a final test at the 3 month/90 day mark, that is still the official 100% conclusive timeframe. But I would be expecting your negative result to remain... (6 replies)