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08/13/2012

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, if you aren't tested for HIV and you ineded has the virus you could go up to 10 years before it would turn into AIDS.Now, you could have acute symptoms at the 2-4 week mark after the possible risk exposure. These symptoms seem like the common cold/flu like virus, though they seem to linger more so.After that, who knows? It really depends on the person and their immune system. People could go for years without knowing they carry the virus, yet they will start to have a laundry list of problems occur probably a few years later (say 3-5 years). HIV begins to literally break down your immune system so again, it depends.

perhaps you just don't want to jeopardize your privacy by going to a clinic. Testing, wherever you choose to do it, is vital to stopping the spread of HIV/AIDS.

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