Re: Are mouth ulcers an acute HIV symptom worried ?
There has been not one documented or proven case of HIV transmitting through oral. It is a theoretical risk, which is why they state it as a risk. It would require tremendous amounts of blood and open sores for this too happen.
You are doing exactly what a thousand before you have done, ignore what is said and keep on because you have symptoms. A half-a-sore throat?...sounds like somehting scratched your throat. A headache?....nah, thats not a common everyday thing. An tiny canker sore? They can come from stress, brushing too hard, hormonal changes, vitamin deficiencies, etc.
I'll repeat what has ben said a lot here already. You had no risk for HIV. You can do 2 things from here.....1) believe us, we would tell you if there was a chance you had HIV. 2) Ignore us and keep reading on symptoms on the intrenet and freak yourself out, and end up testing negative anyways.....