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11 Jan 2005
I had running nose which is not so serious but i had it for long and it seems like its going nowhere , so what thought i should do as being feverish can be a symptom of something i went to my GP and done hiv TEST in June,September and it came back negative but the feverish continued i went back again now in January it still came back Negative. I wonder if this is possible i know i have lots of allergies things like dust wheat but then even if where i am there is no dust i will still be feverish for few minutes and be fine again, I cannot switch on aircon in my car as i will be feverish is this normal
Hillary, it sounds like you suffer from allergic rhinitis and maybe a secondary bacterial infection (nothing to do with HIV). The best would be to see an ENT specialist and have it sorted out. Good luck.
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