Jan 22, 2012
hi i am saah tambaa, a Liberian,who has been going through some tough time with my health. i am presently in Malaysia but going through a survival pain in my penis and testes. i was at the age 15 when i was diagnose with gonorior infection. i was treated but after some time i was experiencing some different symptoms. later, i was told i had cicilis infection. my parents took me from one hospital to another but i am still experiencing the pain. recently i went twice at malaysia hospital but they say i am ok. i did the HIV test and every other test but they can not find any sickness in my body. i really need your help and advice. this sickness has been on me for 9 - 10 years now.no improvement but pain
| Response from Ms. Southall
Hi, Sorry that you are having so much happening in your young life. Though you have had other STI's (Sexually Transmitted Infections) does increases your chances of getting HIV, but since you have tested HIV negative as long as there are no other risk of transmission then you are HIV negative. The situations that you have had occur can leave you with lingering symptoms, I would recommend continuing to seek out good Health Care and continuing to seek what is happening.
Be well and stay safe, Shannon
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