|help please potential hbv hiv coinfection
Aug 25, 2008
Dear Doctor, After a risky exposure (unprotected oral sex) I have developed all the symptoms of ARS (app 3 weeks after contact) with nightsweats, swollen lymphnodes, loss of appetite, candida, rashes on the face, weightloss, low grade fever at 6 weeks I also developed the symptoms of acute hepatitis b with elarged and painful liver, painful spleen, body aches, itchy scalp, colored urine and the list goes on. I tested for hiv at 25 and 28 days, both negative also tested for chlamydia, gonorrhea also negative, retested for hepatistis b and c and hiv at 8 weeks all negative the doctor told me i could be 100% sure i wasn't infected by either of these (i think its a bold statement) I have been under a lot of stress and anxiety as you can imagine, i think i also have a kidney infection (painful lower part of the back) Is there any hope this could be aomething else or am I doomed, how long should I keep testing? many thanks for your insight best
Response from Dr. McGovern
Your risk exposure was low in the first place but it is reasonable to check your serologies one more time. I would fully expect them to be negative.
You may want to discuss your severe anxiety with your doctor further since it sounds like you are having a very difficult time with a multitude of symptoms. I would also recommend hepatitis B vaccine so that you do not have to worry about acquiring this infection needlessly.
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