Hello, I’m sorry firstly that you’ve had problems with this post. I last had sex about 6 months previously. Also had sore throat with occasional cough and stuffy nose. Accuracy has to offer on this topic: Test Accuracy. Since the swollen glands I have had a cbc, a cat scan of my lymphnodes, and all std test. I freaked out when he told me so, because I’d heard repeatedly that oral transmission was highly rare — he calmed me down by telling me that the cases he saw “had red lights flashing all over the place,” entailing, for instance, repeated exposures with a partner who had full-blown AIDs, dozens of indiscriminate sex partners, etc. I attributed this to a possible yeast infection, but I’ve read that this is possible from a lowered immune system, i.e.
It is a sexually transmitted infection caused by the bacteria Treponema pallidium. The antibiotics seemed to clear up the chlamydia again, however, over the past couple weeks I am having similar testicular pain, I am 19 weeks post-exposure. 8th week: 5 red bumps that were “rash”like on the lower back. And the less the period of time that you were exposed to her vaginal secretions, the less the risk would be. Not really sure if its classified as a rash if there are only 5 bumps. Although the recommendations pertain to the United States, they might be adaptable for use in other countries that adhere to guidelines issued by the World Health Organization, the International Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, and national TB control programs. The question is: Even though my test came back negative in November at 10 weeks, could I be HIV positive but not transmitted to my wife – even though I have obviously been having unprotected sex with my wife between Sep – April (as she is pregnant).
It may not be relevant but immediately prior to the exposure I had just finished 6 months of terbinafine for toe nail infection. Stool is still semi-loose.