Hello and thanks for the great service you guys are provided.
My exposure was protected intercourse and unprotected cunnilingus on September 6th 2019.
I tested HIV negative 5 weeks and 13weeks (92 days) with 5th Gen test after the act, till this day that is my last sexual act.
I had many symptoms before my 13 weeks test ( 4 weeks mild sore throat that started 20 days post exposure, single swollen lymph node in posterior cervical confirmed via ultrasound, night sweats, dizziness, tingling burning sensation, Fasciculation, ulnar nerve entrapment in both arms, stye, light sensitivity etc.)
Symptoms after 92 days:
- Persistent single swollen lymph node in neck till this day.
- Body wide muscle twitching.
- Bilateral ulnar nerve entrapment.
- Dry mouth since January.
- White tongue since January.
- Leukoplakia in inner cheeks since February.
- Two white spots on lateral side of tongue.
Worm like blood in Pee and UTI sensation for one day.
I was ready to move on after the 3 months test, but with these new symptoms I’m very stressed as they are linked to HIV. I’m very scared to test again, but I know I will have to eventually, I did a CBC last month my average platelet and neutrophils count were low, they were normal in October 2019
I understand that you guys don’t think cunnilingus is a risk,but there have been cases of infection via this method and 3 days after the exposure my dentist stated I had bleeding gums. The woman tested negative after 2 weeks (13 days) of the sexual act, but she is been with many dudes in the last 3 months prior to my exposure, that was a huge mistake from me to give her an unprotected cunnilingus. She did not want to do another test, she said she tested and has a negative result and she is fine.
What do you guys think?
- I tested negative for chlamydia, gonorrhoea and -syphilis 4 weeks after the exposure.
- IGG positive for CMV and IGM negative
- IGM negative for EBV no IGG test performed for EBV yet.
- Physician diagnosed the white tongue as oral thrush, two weeks of nystatin did not help.
- ENT thinks it is leukoplakia not oral thrush and does not seem to concern since I had two negative tests, but I don’t smoke and was not taking antibiotics.
I am not on chemo, no organ transplant and was very healthy before that Exposure. The two tests were performed at the same lab. The timing of the oral symptoms really scare me.