... Hello! I thought I would chime in and offer my 2 cents, the odds of it being HIV are extremely low but if you're worried you should get a blood test done specifically for it. ... (3 replies)
... days after the exposure i have this prolonged unknown high fatigue , low grade fever, headache , body aches , malaise and my symptoms are getting worse day by day ... at 35 days post exposure i tested ELISA and it was negative... ... (11 replies)
... i think you have a bad case of depression,and you are scared,get your dr to maybe check for depresion and anxiaty, you may be haveing thoseattacks, just an idea, and man you have had more sex than i have in all my 57 yrs lol (24 replies)
You need to calm down here.
You Dont need CD4/ CD8 Count.
You dont have to worry of ARS.
You dont have HIV.
To add on again, HIV has no specific symptoms, HIV being a virus itself it produces symptoms very similar to other viral infections may be as small as FLU. you tend to notice small things in this phase which you wont have noticed otherwise. Anything happens... (24 replies)
... Krizner, elevated WBC is cause by bacterial infection? ... (24 replies)
... For this result WBC is in normal range. ... (24 replies)
... elevated leukocytes are present in bacterial infection. if you were experiencing ARS, your WBC would be witihin normal range or low, not elevated. your lymphocytes are withn normal range, no need to worry. ... (24 replies)
... I started to get low grade fever on early February. ... (24 replies)
... Hello i have read your thread and i also once had this kind of situation but i will realy like to advice you to do an HIV Test if it gets negative, And the problem still persist i can advice on what helped me, i had no HIV no Cancer but i had this problem and if it is same i can offer my advice on what helped me. (6 replies)
... This just happened to me , I had a lab test that came back showing my WBC count is low...around 2.5 or so and below 3.8 is considered low. The 2 other tests for WBC were also low , I forgot the name of them. ... (6 replies)
... After about two month of possible exposure, I took a Complete Blood Count Test, and it turned out normal... ... (1 replies)
... Cell Count is what is important as well as CD4 count. Although your WBC count is low, if all the cells are fully functioning and are being replaced at a normal rate of speed, then you are ok. ... (11 replies)
... i am a male in my mid 20s. i hadn't seen a doctor at all in several years, and deciding to finally get on top of my health i went in for a normal physical. the blood test came back indicating a wbc level of 370, and now i am worried to death. how likely is this an indicator of hiv infection? ... (11 replies)
... But sir all of my symptoms are like a copy of what HIV symptoms there is ,also isn't there other research that suggest oral sex is indeed a low risk, I have searched on my wits end to find what's causing these symptoms but all point to HIV ,dungue is excluded cause I've already had a blood test and all is normal except my wbc is a little high,its just really confusing is all (10 replies)
... Blood test WBC, Neutrophils high doctor said bacterial infection. RBC indices in normal range. Antibiotic as and paracetamol prescribed. ... (3 replies)
... tomorrow which undoubtedly will be a 6 week since exposure though I do believe it will be a 7 and half week but just to be sure and I will hopefully continue to test negative.I will definitely keep you informed and thank you so very much for your quick response. ... (4 replies)
... I went to my General Doctor that day and was given complete blood work. ... (4 replies)
... I had hypothyroidism. Since I was diagnosed with those two disorders, the medication I've been on has kept me relatively healthy. I went for my normal thyroid blood checkup, and found that my doctor had ordered extra blood panels. ... (2 replies)
... but the symptoms still persist, the last test i did still confirms the bacteria is still in my body. And recently i started having mild chest and back pain especially when I take a deep breath. ... (1 replies)
thanks for the reply, with the blood test, i had read somewere that people with hiv tend to have low WBC, if i was to have it wouldnt my WBC be low,
and i frgot to mention that he also ejaculated in my mouth, wich made me extreamly angry but i spat it out straght away and went to the bathroom and washed my mouth out with water, is it possible that i could have caught... (10 replies)