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Comprehending early symptoms of HIV - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Almost 2 weeks ago I had protected vaginal sex with a prostitute. A week and a half later I had red spots on my tongue, a sore dryness throat,swollen lymph nodes. i am so worried that the condom ruptured and i did not notice because i was drunk....
my questions are :
1- what is my risk of hiv infection ?
2- is very samll red patches on the tip of the tongue a sign of ARS ??
3-what about the sore dryness throat without fever ? is it also a sign of ARS ?
4-does ARS symptoms occure all at once ? or one after another ? or they go and come ?
Doctor :   let me read first
User :   ok
Doctor :   wat are you you refering to by ARS? please expand
User :   the early symptoms of hiv
User :   please tell me doc i am so worried
Doctor :   do not panic
Doctor :   ill help you
Doctor :   your queries have aroused due to the deep concern after the bout
Doctor :   yoiuy need be so worried
Doctor :   ther are hardly any chances of infection as far as i clinically see from you r history
Doctor :   these are not any signs of hiv
Doctor :   Did you have oral sex?

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