|What is wrong?
Feb 7, 2000
I am a non-drug user,heterosexual male. I have been experiencing joint pain and fatigue for about 4 weeks now.
No other symptoms to report. No fever,no cough,no night sweats,no sore throat,no headache (and I am prone to headaches). I had a CBC done about 2 weeks ago and the DR. said it was perfect. WBC was 7000,and lymph was 20. I have no other symptoms to report other than those two. I did have a virus that everyone else had about 4 weeks ago. Is this just a hang over from that or is it early HIV infection? I have never been tested for HIV.
Response from Mr. Molaghan
It sounds like a hang over from the virus. In general, if you are at risk for HIV disease (more than one sex partner is), it is wise to get tested for HIV.
WBC COUNT I HAVE TO KNOW
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