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    hiv related..
    An_247739 posted:
    I have flammable lymp nodes all over the body, moth sore and in nail top some little white curve. and one more thing is i had an unproteced 2months back. 10 times . when these symptoms started i went for hiv test that was -ve that time.(1.5 months). what would be??? i checked hiv test with those symptoms.... is that -ve, is that ok?? if that i have hiv how can i prevent before it totally mix with blood ?
    georgiagail responded:
    We don't attempt to diagnose HIV by symptoms. Only through testing.

    Do you know the status of the partner you had unprotected intercourse with 2 months ago? If negative they, of course, cannot infect you with HIV.

    If their status is unknown (or positive) you need testing done at the 3 month mark to make certain your initial screening test was accurate.

    If you do have HIV the virus is already in your blood.


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