|Scared due to persistent non-goning oral symptoms
Apr 29, 2013
Hello, I had unprotected insertive vaginal sex with a prostitude who was from Myanmar(Burma) in India 15 months ago... 1 month after sex I had all acute symptoms of hiv continued till 2nd month from sex...Then I got diagnosed with Typhiod at the end of 4th month...But since this sex expoure I am continously feeling Energy less,also I have continous runny nose (cold) not severe, from last 12 months...Since last 6 months I am suffering from many mouth problems such as some small apthus sores , general appearing mouth ulcers, and certain rough patches inside my cheeks...Since last 1 month there are dark circles developed under my eyes..Please help me.. I have done following tests at following times after sex:
Tridot,Western blot-19 days PCR DNA -45 days Tridot,Duo -3,4 months Duo -4 months PCR DNA -4 months Duo - 6 months Duo -9 months Duo -13 months Test of Syphillis-7 months Test of HBV -9 months all negative
Can anybody tell me why I am suffering from this symptoms still or are this symptoms of any other disease?Plz help
| Response from Mr. Glenn
Thanks for your question,
I'm very sorry to hear that you've been feeling unwell. I can tell you, however, that it doesn't sound like it's due to HIV.
You've been tested numerous times that have confirmed that you're negative. The way you're describing your symptoms is not how HIV would act. People do not have HIV symptoms right after infection that persist and never go away.
It would be helpful for you to follow up with doctors about the other possible causes for what you're feeling AND consider that you're feeling this way in part because of your level of stress.
Hope this helps,
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