Anonymous
I have tested negative 4 times from 97 days to 151 days post risky exposure by CMIA method. I had most symptoms thats possible after one month of exposure. And now at 9th month I have chest congestion and rash/ulcer like feel in my tongue. Please let me know what could it be ? I am so worried.
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Anonymous
Hi there and thanks for using the AIDS Vancouver Helpline as a source for HIV/AIDS related information.
If you have tested negative at 97 & 151 days, post-exposure, you definitely do not have HIV, unless there have been other risky activities since these test were taken. Additionally, there are no clinically-defined symptoms of HIV. Some infected individuals experience a strong, flu-like illness, 2-6 weeks post exposure which disappears with in 8-10 days. However, some infected individuals experience no symptoms, whatsoever.
I trust I have addressed your concerns however, should further information be required, feel free to contact us again.

In good health,
Jonathan,
AIDS Vancouver Helpline Volunteer
helpline@aidsvancouver.org
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