HIV infection symptom AIDS test timing


Q: I’m a 22 year old college student. Fifteen days ago, I called a lady in a motel and had sex. It’s usually called inn bari.

Not long ago, the back of my tonsils started to swell, get tired, and have a slight fever.

I was so worried that I might have AIDS that I searched for early symptoms of AIDS on the Internet. Usually, I get headaches for three to six weeks, fever and body aches are similar to the symptoms I have. Especially, I have a bad cough and headache. I have a splitting headache when I wake up in the morning. Diarrhea and vomiting.

It is said that early symptoms of HIV infections do not occur until three to six weeks, except is there a possibility of symptoms occurring after two weeks?

If I go to the urologist and get tested, will I know that I have HIV? Also, is HIV not found by blood testing more than a decade later?

For your information, when I had sex, I drank alcohol and was very nervous, so I couldn’t get a good erection. I didn’t really enjoy it, and I didn’t even have a chance. The skewer didn’t stand, so I inserted it a few times and it ended. This was my first time.

As far as I know, the probability of having sex with a carrier is almost less than 1 percent.

If it’s not AIDS, is it possible that it’s syphilis?

A: Even if you’re infected with AIDS, you don’t have any symptoms for more than a year. The problem is that the guilt of having sex dominates him, resulting in obsessive symptoms (AIDS phobia). It’s not syphilis. Syphilis appears as a blood test about two months after having sex. It seems that syphilis or AIDS is definitely not the case. Don’t worry.

The HIV-causing bacteria are known as HIV.

Three to six weeks after HIV infection, a flu-like symptom called acute HIV syndrome occurs. High fever, sore throat, vomiting, diarrhea, whole body pain, etc. Occasionally, the lymphatic glands swell, develop skin spots, and hives, which can also occur in flu or sore throat.

AIDS antibodies form within 4 to 12 weeks of contracting HIV, but the timing of antibody formation may vary from person to person. If your daily life is inconvenient due to extreme anxiety, it is recommended that you take a test after a year and four months from the date of sexual contact 비아그라구매

AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) is a disease that is transmitted on average about 10 years after contracting HIV based on normal adults. Being infected with HIV doesn’t necessarily mean you’re an AIDS patient.

HIV infection causes antigens to appear first and antibodies to emerge later. HIV tests usually measure both antigen and antibody and conduct an early screening for infection.

When tested after four weeks from a suspected period, the confidence level is about 95%, after six weeks, and after 12 weeks, 99.999%. Therefore, it is correct to have an examination after 12 weeks.

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