2 week after unprotected sex i started having some systoms. my main problem right now is that i am always hot constantly. and my skin feels like a sun burn. my temp ranges from 98.6 to 99.9. could this be hivView Thread
had unprotected sex on february 26, 2012. since then i have been having unusual things happening to me. my last hiv test was on june 12,2012 and was negative. could i still be hiv positive and it has not shown up yet. i have no appetite always having nausea, dry mouth, trembles, depression, always hot but no fever. i was always cold before this encounter. i don't know what to do. i can't eat. i have lost 20 pounds so far in 3 1/2 months. if i was to be hiv positive when does the loss of appetite and nausea go away. i just want to know my statis the waiting is killing me.View Thread
hi, on feb. 26, 2012 i had unprotected sex with a male. i am a woman. at 25 days i had a rna pcr, at 45 days i had a dna pcr, at 79 days another rna pcr hiv tests done. at 2 months a rapid hiv test, at 3 months 93 days i had another rapid hiv test. i also had an eliza around 1 to 2 months. i had symptoms starting about 2 weeks after. i woke up one morning from a dream with my body aching all over. my skin gets red and it hurts like a sunburn on my neck. sometimes when i get out the shower in different parts of my body i get blotches of red. i have been nauseaus for 3 months. i have no appitite for 3 months. my temp has got as high as 99.8 but only last a couple of days. this last month it has rose again to 99.8 but doesn't stay that high all day. i had direah a couple of times at the begininng. i am always hot now when before i was always cold. my stool is pale or yellowish not dark brown. my neck hurts at times but not a musle sore hurt. i don't know if my lymphnodes are not right because i don't know what right is. all my test came back negative but i am so worried any advice. could all these systoms be hiv and it just hasn't showed up yet. i never had any problems before this encounterView Thread
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