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Old 03-22-2012, 05:10 PM   #10
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Re: need help

Apollo as already listed to you the rare cases and I have shown you the guidelines. You have not got HIV, your tests are conclusive. The only HIV concern you now have is the one you are making for yourself.

If you want to drive yourself mad symptom chasing, bouncing around the net day after day looking for ways to fuel your anxieties and wish to test out to six months, feel free. Post your result when you get them. We have many members who refuse to believe their negative results and keep trying to convince themselves they have HIV even though they have had conclusive results. You’re just like theirs was, will be negative.

You had a very low risk exposure with somebody who in probability didn’t even have HIV. HIV is an extremely difficult virus to transmit from people to person and female to male transmission is the lowest risk of all. The symptoms of a primary HIV infection do not come after one week and last for months. They come, if they come at all, between 2 to 4 weeks they certainly do not last for months and they come together and go together. The symptoms you are so freaked out about do not even resemble ARS in any shape, form or manner.

The advice to you is to let this go, if you don’t like this advice or don’t wish to accept it, there is nothing else that can be offered to you.

Last edited by blokecalledkev; 03-22-2012 at 05:54 PM. Reason: typos