You(we) spoke very much here of the first symptoms of the acute hiv-phase.
I have read that it follows then a phase without symptoms, long middly 8-10 years, considered really dangerous because the subject doesn't have some evident symptom.
Is it indeed so this phase, doctor?
Thank you for your help.
You are right indeed. This is a period of time, lasting around 10 years, without any symptoms or very mild non-specific symptoms. People do not know that they are positive, infecting other people and missing the opportunity of starting treatment as soon as it would be necessary, worsening their prognosis and life expectancy.
I had a combi test 28 days after a sexual relation wich was negative but sometimes my anxiety often makes me still think...
Is it possible doctor that a loss of weight after 1 or 2 years from a possible contagion can have relationship with a hiv infection?Any other specific symptom...
Your negative test is conclusive; therefore you do not need to continue worrying about HIV. Weight loss can certainly be a possible symptoms associated with HIV; however it is also associated to hundreds of amny other conditions, and most of the time is not associated to any pathology at all.
Oh my anxiety!
Excuse me a last question doctor Jose: but in partnership with a loss of weight (due to the hiv) would owe in theory exist other symptoms: fever, diarrhea etc...
Have a nice week end.