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I am leaving for the military and I have to get a physical done I am so scared to be tested for HIV
I had unprotected sex with this guy twice, a few weeks after the second encounter, my lymphnoids started to swell in my neck. they were only swollen for a day and I found out I was pregnant a week later. I had an abortion and they took my blood after they performed the procedure. Did they test for HIV when they took my blood? the second symptoms I notice was I started flossing my teeth with dental floss and my gum was bleeding is this because I haven't used dental floss in years or is this a symptom? I go get my physical for the military next week please help!!!! I am sooo scared , Thank you in advance for your time.
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replied November 28th, 2007
HIV and AIDS Answer A3356
Swollen lymph nodes can be present during many infections including HIV. The only way you can exclude or confirm HIV-infection is to take an HIV test.

Bleeding from the gums can be due to paradentosis. You can consult some dentist about that.


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