Sir I had an sexual exposure with a csw ?then after 4 days I got all hiv symptoms and then in 2 week relieved and I found ulcer on my tongue and still persisting for almost 63 days and my gums became black and whitish blemishes in the morning still present. Checked hiv1 rna pcr at 15 weeks and was negative and elisa test at 63 days negative and a p24 antigen assay test at 65 days negative. So I consulted a doctor he said that still hiv is possible and may be my immune system is high (height -189 cms, weight- 101 kg. After 60 days I feel numbness in my two fingers in the morning waking up. Please any sir please give me a clear cut and confirm answer please.
MS sexuality, M.Phil Clinical Psychology, PhD (behaviour modification), Certified in Treatment of Resistant Depression
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The window period is 3 moths and 9 months if years reports come negative then you can be rest assured that your are free of hiv. Please be very cautious in future as your health is more important than a few Minutes of pleasure. Always make sure you are protected y using a polyurethane condom and by having. A monogamous relationship, best is abstinence before marriage. You can always. Self stimulate if years urge is high. Just one time of carelessness can cause a lot of harm. For more advice and guidance kindly consult a competent certified specialist sexologist online via Lybrate. All the best to you.
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The doctor you consulted is misguiding you.
You just need a last test after 90 days of your exposure.
Whatever symptoms you are describing are unrelated.
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