... Well we don't get involved with symptom speculation, they only seem to create hysteria and cannot be a guide in any way of diagnosing Hiv. ... (6 replies)
... weeks, my fever stayed and I had other symptoms. which I thought was ARS. ... (12 replies)
... Her ANA like I said, was positive for Sjogren's Syndrome, but they still need to evaluate her more and it shouldn't be too much of concern. ... (7 replies)
... I was so sick i went to the hospital twice and they did blood work and my wbc and everything else was normal. I dont understand. I also contacted the guy and all he said was i got tested youre fine hes got a bad rep around our town and even said if i got something i got it from you. I have been racking my brain. ... (44 replies)
... it was protected vaginal and unprotected oral in UK.I had bad sore throat after a week after my 1st encounter. ... (82 replies)
... type of feeling on the side of neck, different feeling in the cheeks, like a dry cheeks, mouth sore, headaches, sharp pain in the neck under the jaw lymph node, and then sharp pain in the side of leg along with burning leg and feeling of bleeding gum. ... (6 replies)
... In mid march i came in contact with a sex worker and i used a condom during the process i change my condom and continued and after about 4 mins the process was completed. ... (1 replies)
... I went for my testing today...44days after my exposure..The hiv results will take a few days but I got some other blood results 1 hour after the test...These are the results... ... (2 replies)
... my doctor did tell me that my WBC was low and my Monocyte was high, everything else was normal. is there a connection between high monocyte, low WBC and HIV? ... (3 replies)
... You're not annoying sweetie, it's perfectly okay to be scared. HIV can be a very scary thing. ... (23 replies)
... The WBC can be lowered by a viral infection, which is what HIV is. ... (3 replies)
... I know that sometimes in doing routine bloodwork, such as a CBC, doctors will pick up on something that makes them test for HIV.
I know it has to be in the WBC, but which part? The WBC, the lymphosytes, the monosytes, the segmented neutrophils, or what?
If only one of the categories was low would that be an indicator to look further?
Thanks. (3 replies)
... Thanks for reply. Yes I'm from UK and they can do HIV test within a month of exposure now. This is wat the gum clinic told me. My gp seems to think I'm OK and my partner is going to get tested so no need. ... (6 replies)
... It mite not be relevant the wbc but being told I should hve a hiv is. Yes I have had sex with status unknown. ... (6 replies)
... Its not relevant for this forum as it cannot tell you your HIV status and is a symptom of many other health conditions and this forum is only focused on HIV. ... (6 replies)
... A couple of months ago I weren't feeling too good, slight dizziness and nausea. They did a full blood count and was told my wbc is low which indicates a bug virus or infection. I went to a walk in centre. ... (6 replies)
... nship which made his story stranger. Ok, so that's where it started for me. It prompted me to go see a doc as I had other symptoms like anxiety, always tired etc and my blood test returned a low iron diagnosis which explained many symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... As soon as 20 days but most if not all buy 6 weeks. WBC has no bearing to HIV and testing. ... (12 replies)
... In india HIV negative one month post exposure 104 days negative post exposure. ... (5 replies)
... Okay Thanks a lot.
But what's concerning me is the fact that I heard there is a high concentration of wbc near popped/unpopped pimples and that given that hiv can replicate in cells which express CD4 protein which are present in wbc, does a popped/unpopped/bleeding pimple pose a risk? Sorry if I am wrong I am scared about this. (7 replies)