you never had a risk...hiv is not transmitted through oral sex.
REGARDLESS of this FACT...you have tested and your results PROVE that you DONT have hiv.
thanks for your answer. Can u just clarify this for me? I know HIV infected people develop salivary gland complications..do people on the on set of the virus develop salivary gland issues as an indicator of HIV??
What part of you didn't have an exposure is it you don't understand?
I don't understand, please explain as I'm really new to Internet forums..do I need another test since I have swollen salivary glands? Please advise
Teak can you explain your comment I not understand ur question. Thanks Liz for ur replay
He was asking what you did not understand about what Lizzie told you.
oh okay silly me.....i thought he wanted answer for his question..LOL all good then....was a bit anxious.....
Please bear with me and help me answer couple more questions, please do not get offended as I am not able to find much literature or facts about these questions anywhere in your archives
1) Can someone catch HIV and HSV simultaneously?
2) Does HIV antibodies take time to detect if HIV and HSV were transmitted or acquired at the same exposure?
3) I have had swollen glands and salivary gland infection with tenderness 6 months post exposure do i need another test for HSV or HIV? though i have had them negative at 3 month mark. Please advise and million blessings to all of you wherever you are....
Reread the replies you were given, there is no reason to have to repeat ourselves.