Do I have HIV/AIDS

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I have a brief protected sex with a sex worker 4 months ago which lasts few seconds but she bleed and some of the blood touched the condom I was wearing but the condom was intact. Ever since I started worrying about being infected with HIV, I started to have some mild symptoms couple weeks later (mild muscle pain, slight head ache for two days, little bit of night sweating) I have tested five times since then at 2, 5, 9, 12 and 17 weeks which all came back negative. I also did a CBC with my last test and I had slightly high LYM% , low MID#, High RDW_SD and low vitamin B12. I am still having mild sore throat which I can only feels during some times of the day, and white tongue. I have gotten few rashes on one of my shoulders few times as shown in attached picture? Do my symptoms look like HIV? is there any other virus that could cause my symptoms?image

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    i bet you are not hiv positive so dont over think its very hard for hiv to transmit you would worry about hsv as its skin to skin as long as you have used protection your safe maybe you just have some rash it happens though

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    NO. Symptoms doesnt mean u have it. Symptoms bracket is very large. AFTER 4 weeks if test negative that means you are fine

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    the fact that you have been tested months after and multiple times should be enough proof for you that you dont have hiv. your symptoms can be from stress, sensitive skin, etc. the possiblites are endless. i think youre stressing yourself out. good work on using a condom and taking care of your health. i commend you on that.

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    hello,

    If you have any doubt about HIV then consult your doctor or physician.

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