When Is The Check-up Time Hiv?
, I have 2 months of headache, sore throat, sore throat, tired, sore tongue, I am afraid I have HIV, and I took the laboratory test and the results are non-reactive but until now I still have headache and throat symptoms instead my body is cramping what the test results are accurate, if I go to the hospital, what disease should I go to, please help me be afraid hiv
Your fear of getting HIV is completely unreasonable if you don't have certain risk factors. The risk factors for HIV transmission are:
Having sexual intercourse with a partner whose medical history is not clear,
Changing sexual partners
Not using safe contraceptives such as condoms
Have been injected with an unsterilized syringe or have been used by someone else
Parents or mothers infected with HIV
Receive a blood transfusion
Are exposed to body fluids of HIV sufferers, especially in areas such as the eyes, nose and mouth. Generally in medical workers.
The complaints you experience are also very common and can be caused by: upper respiratory tract infections, sore throat, laryngitis, rheumatism, fibromyalgia, and others.
Please check with your doctor and carry out the necessary medical treatment as directed.
HIV testing itself generally takes 1-6 months during which the window period will give negative results even though the patient has been infected with HIV. You can calculate the time it will take for your examination, according to the time you are at risk, if any.
Slahkan consult with trained counselors in certain clinics and certain hospitals that specialize in providing HIV testing services.
You can get it checked out by a specialist in internal medicine at the hospital.
You should not worry too much before the examination and the results come out.
So, hopefully this helps.