Gail, what are the possibilities of 6 oraquick false negatives the last one being over 4 months post exposure, I have had every sign & symptom & now nervousness has taken over I even had her take a test but hers was just under 2 months post, negative as well, what if not HIV can I have to have had all these symptomsView Thread
I appreciate your response Gail, my symptoms started out like a flu except no congestion at all, had the sweats, pains, nausea, diarrhea, very tired, and loss of appetite, that lasted 8 days, since then I have been having body aches and pains, chest pains, and herpes simplex outbreaks that I haven't had since my teen years! I've gone to 2 Drs they both gave antibiotics and problems slightly disappeared for a few days but came right back, really aggravating, problem is I don't even have my own Dr. Wasn't really nervous at first but now really have to wonder if I did the tests correctly?View Thread
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