|FEW SECONDS OF FUN 6 MONTH OF HORROR
Jan 19, 2006
Hi, just to mention I have wrote you before but unfortunately did not get any response ( at that time I was on the pick of going crazy ) . Now, if I could, here is just a reminder of my situation and I hope you can answer me in a little detail. On August 5 I had down with my friends clubbing where stupid me got very, very drunk. On my way to the bar I bumped into a girl or at least I thought she was a girl and after exchange of some wards started deep-kissing with her/him. ( the reason I am not sure it was a girls is that I was very drunk and my friend told me she looked more like transsexual rather then female ) ( interesting huhh ?? ) anyway after French kissing for what I think was about 10 min we decided to go to the after party, where the ( so called Girl followed me ), on the way there in a car we kissed just a little more and I managed to suck on her breast very breathily , when we arrived to the party we danced and talked for a bit and then this girl took me to the bathroom where she tried to give me oral sex but by that time I got sobered up a bit and all she did is putted my penis in her/his mouth for a split sec. after which I pulled it out and left to my friends. Its a long story, I know but I thought ill give you every detail so you can respond with better answer. I am in a long term relationship with a woman I love and we have been together for about 3 years. My girl was out of town at the time of incident. About 3 weeks after the incident this is what started happening ( first day I got swollen glands, so I went to the doctor but all he did is asked me a few questions looked at my penis and said I have nothing to worry about ) I left but with a disappointment that I did not do an HIV test . Second day after 3 weeks have past I developed nightswets for 2 days, temperature of about 99.2 or so high blood pressure, white coating on the tong, dry mouth and incredible nervousness. So I went back to doctors office and did take an HIV test at about 26 days since incident which came back negative. After the results a felt much better ( but I was also taken TheraFlu medication ) and recovered within 2 days. I thought everything is back to normal, my girlfriend came back from her trip I forgot about the incident for a moment but on about 6th week I developed sore throat ( a strong one ) and what I think little temperature ( started taken meds it went away ) ( stopped using meds the same thing came back ) and like this I have been for a week and a half no diarrhea but I do go to the bathroom more then often 2 times a day versus 1 and white coating on the tong is still present ( 5 month after ) along with some times a little tong numbness or pain plus I have been having headaches almost on daily bases. AND now it has been over 4 month but I still have headaches stiff neck and also developed high blood pressure ( last time was 153 - 95 ) thats is going on for last month and a half I am only 25 years old ( blood pressure ???? Why )
I guess here are my questions GOOD Doc. What is my risk factor from above situation ( by the way I did found out that the same girl or dude gave a head to one of my friend so I am assuming she/he is a high risk person. Also is my 4 weeks test more or less reliable ? Should I Retest? And are my symptoms consistent with the HIV illness?
Thanks Doc. Wish you all the best and lots and lots of good health
| Response from Dr. Henry
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