My story(read to get some courage)
Oct 5, 2001
Hello doctor. This site has been my "friend" for such a long time since I thought I was infected with HIV. This message is for all that worry about their condition. One and a half year ago I had a "risky" sexual contact. To cut the long story short, I thought I was infected because I had some symptoms 1. Rash(some lesions on my arms) that lasted for several months So I got panicked + depressed and those gave me 2. Join muscle and bone pains 3. Loss of weight 4. Night sweats 5. Gum bleeding 6. Swollen glands 7. Herpes on my lips 8. Tingling in ALL my body....(eyes-nose-legs-hands-back-bottom) God tingling everywhere 9. Rash on my penis 10. Unexplained vomiting 11. Fast heart beatings 12. Blur vision and the list can go on and on since I guess I cant remember many other things I have spend to doctors (pathologists-labs-dermatologists-neurologists-psychologists-ophthalmologists) about 4000 dollars I had one DNA HIV test and 20 Elisa test.....like I was hoping I was infected One year after my first contact I had my last test. Negative again. Please people don't end up like me. Depression and anxiety can kill you really. I almost died because I thought I was infected Thank God I have no more symptoms. The only ones I get back when I m stressed are my nose tingling and some limb pain Stop worrying so much. Wait for 3 months( I know it is difficult) and only the lab can give you the answer. There you will find your answers God bless you all
Response from Mr. Kull
Thanks for your input. Hopefully there will be some who can read your story and receive some comfort from it.
Depression and anxiety can cause some serious disruption in people's lives. If you ever find that your emotions or thoughts continue to be disruptive, intrusive, paralyzing, or destructive, please see a mental health professional. Do your best to get some help.
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