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    symptoms after two weeks, tested negative at 5 weeks
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    mostworried posted:
    Hi all,

    appreciate your support for me i'm worried to the maximum!

    i had unprotected vaginal sex which lasted for 2 minutes with a low risk lady but unknown HIV status.

    after 16 days, felt so tired and fatigue, muscle and joint pains, fever, night sweats, then sore throat and swollen lymph on neck.

    i felt better after 6 days of sleeping only!

    then again i felt my lymph in neck and others and sore throat with mild fever "recurrent" that is lasting for one month until now.

    i've tested rapid screening test HIV 1/2 on 5 weeks after exposure it was negative. doctor got fed up from my worries and told me no worries.

    i know that conclusive is three months. i will take the 8 weeks as well. but please tell me something about my symptoms.

    Note: i didn't have cough or runny nose, i had some few itchy rash on arms and neck which i believe from antibiotics i took.
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