HEllo Gail, Yes you are right. I am still not able to put this behind. HIV Antigen p24/Ab test at 24-26 days should be conclusive. Since antigen(Viral LOad) is maximum around 3-4 weeks for noral immune system But after 36 days Ia am having bad throat and Nasal Congestion. Some pain underpit. and white spots on arms. White spots are not paintful. But till date i did not have any fever But i feel the muscle pain not always but some times. HIV Ag/Ab at 8 weeks will be conclusive. Sorry to bother you so much. I am my wife insisit on Unprotected sex. Which is making me more tensed. YOu guys are doing great JOb on this forumView Thread
I am 21 Days post my Oral Sex Exposure. Planning to go for P24 Elisa & Viral oad on 25 day.
Would this two tests conclusive.
Since day 17 I am having fatigue feeling and loose motion.Also lost around 1.5 to 2 Kg weight. Going Crazy. I have almost considered myself HIV Positive. What is this all causing.....Anxeity I know you do not diagnose on any symptoms.
I do get your point but I am not able to focus any where. If i get slight sneez also i am worried hell. Observing evry inch of body for symptoms. Till date did not have fever(18 day after exposure). But feeling slight dry throat and bit cough. Also I am married guy, I am worried I may not infect my wife i AM INFECTED. Do you have any body on this or for that anubody who git HIV through oral. Is Viral load coclusive after 22 day. Also some says it may also give false results. Very stressed , Iknow you may get annoied.
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Again sorry to bother you. But Man Performing Oral on Women has higher risk. I Did not hav flu or fever till date( 2.5 Week). But i am feeling very slight pain behind ears.And slight at Right Leg Lymps Still feeling lot of stress.
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