I have muscle ache, night sweats, 3 swollen lymph nodes in neck but tested negative HIV after 7 months, Do I need more tests?

Yes. Because you likely have something else besides HIV. If these symptoms have been present for just a few days, you may just have a cold. If these symptoms have been present for more than 2 weeks, infection is the likely answer.

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-ve HIV 4th generation 3 times after 7 months of exposure, still night sweats, muscle ache, many swollen nodes in neck, sore throat, help what to do?

See doctor. It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without examining you and your symptoms warrant evaluation by a physician. Read more...
No HIV, see doctor. What to do? See a doctor for evaluation to learn the cause of your symptoms. The test results prove it isn't HIV. Read more...

Wife has unexplained weight loss, swollen lymph nodes in neck, axilla, groin. Also has thrush & night sweats. Neg blood work, neg ABD US.

No way to diagnose. The only way to evaluate your wife would be face to face. Without having a full history, exam and lab work in front of me could not even begin to speculate about what may be going on Talk to the doctor seeing her. Read more...

Reoccurent temps of 98.8, night sweats (i'm on zoloft) sweats and chills. I'm over weight. Swollen lymph nodes throughout neck under 2cm for 2yrs?

Get checked out. Need to go to see a doctor soon to get this evaluated. Sweats could just be from the zoloft (sertraline) and/or being over weight. At least nned to get some lab done, but may need a biopsy of one or more of those lymph nodes. Read more...
What is the question. With symptoms like this , i think it is better to see u pghysician. Read more...

Swollen lymph nodes in neck for two months straight. Sometimes I get night sweats. I'm worried it could be lymphoma??

Swollen nodes. For peace of mind, see your doctor so he can examine you and get the proper blood work to rule out lymphoma. Read more...
WOW. Are the nodes tender? How big are they? Do your night sweats come with a fever, and if so, does the fever come on a schedule (periodic fever)? Talk to your doctor and if he is concerned, the ultimate would be a biopsy. Good luck! Read more...