[Question #2878] Hiv

40 months ago

Hi Doctor

sory my english is not so good, please 

help me....


Im male 

I had a sex vaginal Three times all exposure with condoms


I had fever after 32 days for 4 days

   

My tests


14days -4th Generation  (negative)

28days-4th Generation  (negative)

36days-elisa  (negative)

45days-4th Generation  (negative)

55days-elisa  (negative)

63days-4th Generation  (negative)

83days-4th Generation  (negative)

91days-4th Generation  (negative)

124days-4th Generation  (negative)

6 months-4th Generation  (negative)

9 months-elisa  (negative)

13 months-elisa  (negative)

19 months-4th Generation+elisa  (negative)


I'm annoyed by the fever


thank you...


Edward W. Hook M.D.
Edward W. Hook M.D.
40 months ago
Welcome to our Forum.  I'll try to help.  Your exposure was very low risk.  Few women have HIV and condoms are highly effective for preventing infection.  In addition, you can be completely sure that your fever was not due to HIV.  Your test results prove that you did not acquire HIV from the exposure you describe.  There is no need for additional testing related to this exposure.

There are many different things that may cause fever.  The fever that you describe may not be related to The exposure you describe at all.  I strongly advise you to not worry further that you may have caught an STI from the low risk exposure you have described.  EWH
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40 months ago
Thanks for your answer Do you have a positive test with ARS really I'm worried about fever and timing
Edward W. Hook M.D.
Edward W. Hook M.D.
40 months ago
Yes, you would have a positive test at the time of thenARS.  In addition, as I said above, at this time ALL recently acquired HIV infections would be detectable with the testing you have done.  You DO NOT have HIV. EWH---
40 months ago
My fever is typical with ARS???
Edward W. Hook M.D.
Edward W. Hook M.D.
40 months ago
Your question is repetitive.  Asking the same question will not change the answer.   Your fever was NOT the ARS.  Your testing has proved this.  You did not acquire HIV from the exposure you have described.

As per Forum guideline, as this is my third reply to you, this thread will now be closed.  EWH
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