Our expert says:
You will have to consult your doctor for a biopsy of the lymph node, in order to have a histological diagnosis made. A histological diagnosis is made by analising the cells of the biopsy (cells taken from the lymph node, surgically or with fine needle biopsy). This will be the best way to know what is going one.
If you have been tested for HIV for the past two years and all results were negative and you are abstaining from sex for the past two years, you are not HIV positive and the lymph node is most probably caused by something else.
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