|Concerned and Unsure
Aug 24, 2001
I have written before and was told that most of the symptoms I am experiencing sound like anxiety. I guess that I am either stressing or looking to much into things. Some of the symptoms I seem to be experiencing are low body temp, stomach pain that I assume may be due to the low carb and no sugar diet that 1 Dr recommended in case I do have candida. I was recently to my Gp whom told me I do have a geographical tongue but did not seem to think I have any diseases in my mouth, it does appear to be coated especially in the morning sometimes a little bit yellow at the very back, I have lost a some weight w/in the past week but not rapidly 2 or 3 lbs., I have some browness on my eyelids, when I run my hands through my hair I notice that I get a few strands but no clumps of hair also I notice that I lose a litlle on my genitalia area which I assume is normal. At 3 weeks after having unprotected sex or quite possibly just grinding I got epididymitis and hemuturia which cleared w/Doxycycline and then I was till not feeling well an was told I could take Bactrim. A few more weeks after is when I seemed to get the low body temp in the extremities and not even a heating pad would help, I don't seem to be having that symptom except for when I sweat or after going for a walk of about 35 mins. I have read a lot on here and most of it does not sound as if I could have contracted HIV seeings that I did test negative although it was only about a month after an my partner did as well. So I guess I am just looking for a little bit of reassurance as I am planning on gettong retested in a few weeks which will be the 3 month mark.
Response from Dr. Fisher
Yes you are right: it does not sound as if it is HIV and you should be reassured by this and by your negative test. AF
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