Do I have HIV? Please Please Help !!
Dec 6, 2012
Respected dr. Wohl. I asked a question about two weeks ago but no answer. I am hoping this time I will get it. I had a unprocted blowjob and Procted vaginal sex with prostitute. After the exposure I started worried like so crazy. And I started feeling tired, weak. My bowl has changes and diarrhea for 3 weeks. Cough started after that and some mucus comes with it. I also have chills. I had started burning in chest and got scooped and doctor said I have esophagitis. My eyes are also burning all day even thought i just woke up. I have read so much. I went for testing 4 weeks post exposure HIV antibody was negative. Then at 3 months period I had HIV RNA and HIV 1/2 antibody and they were negative as well. Then at 4 month and 5 month I had HIV 1/2 antibody which came negative also. Even after all these I still feel fatigue, chills burning eyes, cough and lost about 8 pounds. and I m on Prevacid everyday and the inflammation is not going away in my esophagitis. I am so worried. Is there any way. I mean any way I can still be HIV positive? And these tests didn't catch it?? I m so worried and can't focus. I feels like I need to go jump somewhere. Please please help. I need directions. I have never been scared so much in my life lime this. I am married and I can't believe that I did this mistake. I m so sor ry and don't know what to do.
Response from Dr. Wohl
The vaginal sex was protected and your HIV tests are repeatedly negative. You are not HIV+. DW
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