... I met up with an older man 62 years old for a hook up. He was sucking me and we were deep tongue kissing. After that we decided to try anal. ... (5 replies)
... ng....but still sometimes feeling fatigue...light white thrush is deposited on Tongue....sometimes breathing difficulties.....As such after knowing that i am not HIV positive but few of the symptom found like ARS.........what is the reason ? ... (6 replies)
... It started at 3 weeks post exposure and after almost a month I still here. I will find an ENT specialist but first want to find out whether the reason is HIV or not. ... (39 replies)
... orrying over HIV. I have had 3 negative 4th generation test completed by my gp and local gum. I have had so many symptom including a white line on the side if my tongue that brushes off. When performing the oral I bit my lip causing it to bleed. Please can someone help me, can I move on and be assured I am negative? ... (3 replies)
... So I'm struggling a little here...
Almost 5 weeks ago I had an encounter with a heterosexual man who's 25 years old (we are from North America- don't know what difference it'll make since HIV doesn't discriminate by any means)
Anywhom in short I performed oral on him & there was a few minutes of frottage (his penis head rubbing my vaginal area) rhythmically but it ceased... (3 replies)
... ICMA,but I feel it was a mistake.This morning I notice white patches on my tongue and lips.The people in my life think I'm OCD.I also noticed my chest has strange sensations with a wheeze. ... (4 replies)
... I have a lot of anxiety around this and still cant help thinking I have HIV but have not produced enough antibodies yet for it to be detected. ... (9 replies)
... my tongue with warm water. Duration of oral sex was hardly two or three min. ... (1 replies)
... Today is day 3 and while my throat is starting to feel better, my tongue has become numb and my sense of taste is wacky. ... (1 replies)
... so i did a hiv test with magor stds. all beacame negative. ... (1 replies)
... Even if you had oral sex from a man with a cut in his mouth, if he's not HIV positive, you're safe. ... (9 replies)
... d multiple tests, the most accurate to date, all of which are negative. Each and every one of these tests has confirmed, conclusively, you were not exposed to an HIV infection. You really do not have HIV. ... (9 replies)
... I wish I could accept the results but I can't. I need this tongue issue to disappear. I'm worried I'm one of those take 6mths to seroconvert. ... (9 replies)
... Thank you for the reply.
Can anyone answer the following questions:
1. Are there instances of people having multiple false negatives?
2. Why do so many people who are worried they have caught HIV complain of having a white/coated tongue? I would believe my results if it wasn't for this.
Please help. (9 replies)
... Had you actually had a risk of an HIV infection you have grossly over tested but you testing as proved that you do not have HIV. ... (9 replies)
... I also have a coating on my tongue which I've had since about 5 weeks after the incident. This is making me extremely anxious. ... (9 replies)
... Your risk was actually extremely low. The chance the woman you had sex with was HIV+ are very, very low, and the chance of contracting it form a one time exposure were she + is also very low.
If you followed the directions on the OraQuick at 11 weeks, that is as close to 100% conclusive as you can get without waiting the full 10 weeks. Its not rocket surgery...you wipe... (7 replies)
... time exposure to a girl of unknown status is a very low risk. And yes, you're DONE as far as worrying about HIV is concerned. ... (7 replies)
... Well ever since I was a kid with braces ive brushed my teeth twice a day and since this happened its more like 6 to 7 times a day. So pretty sure its not the oral hygiene. My dry mouth is really bad at night. I look up dry mouth and white tongue..... HIV#1 answer. So im scared. And hey I hope your right and I look foolish in front of the world as long as im ok. Just was... (7 replies)
... ane over absolutely nothing and you're making yourself look rather silly in front of everyone at this point. Practice better oral hygiene and I'm sure your white tongue will go away. Ask any dentist and they will tell you the same thing. ... (7 replies)