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Achy and hurting body after intercourse. Test shows viral fever, antibody not detected. Should i be worried?

I had a sexual encounter with someone on April 13 after that my body has been aching and hurting me went to the doctor and he said that I have a viral infection but he couldn t tell me what kind. I took a pcr test for hiv because I m within the window period for the antibody came back not detected. I m scared shall I be worried now or just wait until after the 3 months and take another test
Asked On : Wed, 6 Jun 2012
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hi.welcome to healthcaremagic forum. viral infectioion.ns are very common may not be related to sex. if pcr is negative, chances of hiv are very slim. you can repeat after 3 months. avoid thinking much. viral infections are millions and every infection can not be tested for exact organism. most probably it is trivial viral infection. consult your treating doctor to allay your anxiety.thanks
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