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I can understand the concern & worry you are having & I will try my best to bring you out of this.
Swelling of the lymph gland is typically a result of local or widespread inflammation or infection.Infection caused due to bacteria,virus, parasites can cause enlarged lymph node.
There is no evidence or research that prooves that if there is a single swollen lymph node,the possibilities of HIV are low.
Once infected with HIV, a person may or may not experience any symptoms. Symptoms related to HIV are usually due to an infection in part of the body.The symptoms include include fever that lasts from a few days to longer than a month with no other disease present and no other obvious cause, prolonged periods of chills and sweats, and chronic or long-lasting fatigue
for which other causes have been ruled out.
Other symptoms are:Lack of energy,weight loss,frequent fevers and sweats,Diarrhea,Unexplained weight loss,Oral thrush,Recurring yeast infections. These are the most common symptoms of HIV positive individual.
You are having none of the symptoms of HIV.It is unlikely that you have HIV infection.
Most people develop detectable HIV antibodies within 6 to 12 weeks of infection. Getting tested earlier than 3 months may result in an unclear test result, because at this time you may not have developed antibodies to HIV.So it is best to wait for at least 3 months to have the HIV test.
Other tests of STD can be done tomorrow.
Cough you are having from last 2 days can be due to simple viral
infection & not due to HIV.
So in conclusion,I would like to say that your symptoms does not seem to be due to HIV or other STD,but to be on safe side,STD tests should be done & rule out it.
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