Can someone please tell me the likelyhood that ARS symptoms would START at 9 weeks.
I just started to have a dry cough (little mucas)8 days ago and still here (started 9 weeks after unprotected sex) and my lymphnodes are moderately swollen in neck and groin (but not my underarms though I beleive), as well as my glands behind my cheeks. Feel a little lethargic.
My understanding is that ARS would usually occur with 2-4 weeks on average and that 9 weeks would like be quite late.
But how likely is it to BEGIN at 9 weeks? I was under the impression is tarted much earlier and this would be rather late. Thus seroconversion wouldn't occur until 10-12 weeks after initial infection likely?
Celilquiq, can you please tell me where/what is your evidence to suggest that people will seroconvert in one month (ie. start showing antibodies?) Just curious to know as people shoot abunch of percentages off her without even backing it up with documentation or at least word of mouth from health professionals.
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