I had sex with condom a girl a week ago (but without during oral sex) and seem to have a lot of the symptoms mentioned such as fever, diarrhoea, mouth sores. Today is the 8th day, my throat seems to be getting worse. Is it possible to have symptoms after 1 week?
I am really anxious about it, I can't sleep, my hands keep shaking...please help
Hi good Day,
I had little doubt in my mind, I had sex last night, I used the protection while having sex with the person, she is safe and I m also safe, means we both do not have any health problems, I used the condom also while having sex, but just wanted to know, is that any problem with kissing on lips, she had touched my tongue sometimes while kissing, not completely, she touched the tongue, I just kissed on the lips thats it, so is that any chances of saliva being transfer, we both do not have any mouth infection, any infection due to that...she had a baby and husband.
Please tell me in detail.
HIV Virus have incubation period of 2-10 years. After this period the carrier develop AIDS. So, you cannot have symptoms of AIDS on the day of sexual contact with the carrier. Your symptoms can be due to allergy. Your partner can transmit the pathogen for such symptoms as his immune system is very weak. AIDS patients are very prone to have infections because of weak immunity.
No you can not, is not that easy and that fast , keep getting tst for at least 6th month them if nothing happen by them you are free so be careful what you wishes for
No, it is not possible to have symptoms of HIV after one day of its transmission. Symptoms usually appear 2-6 weeks after transmission of HIV. At the time of early symptoms, HIV is not positive in blood test. HIV can become positive in antibody test after 4 weeks to 3 months and rarely after 6 months. If you are suspecting HIV infection then wait for 3-6 months then get HIV antibody test.
I am in nursing school and we learned that it takes at least 3 months to see symptoms. If you are having symptoms such as burning when urinating, or discharge, get tested for other STDs. I would definitely get tested for HIV in 3 months and in 6 months just to make sure. Make sure that you use safe sex techniques, not just using a condom. If you have oral sex, there are dental dams you could use. Be careful to only have sex with one partner and she is only having sex with you. Just because a person looks safe doesn't mean they are. I know a few people living with HIV and you would swear they were HIV negative. LOOKS mean ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!!!