That's not sick. I mean sick as in hospitalized. Unable to function at all, period because death is imminent. Your symptoms are not full blown AIDs symptoms so you'll have to keep working with your doctor to figure out what's wrong. HIV tests are among the most reliable and sensitive tests on available on the market. Negative results at any time 3 months post exposure are more than conclusive, assuming that no other exposures have occurred after that time.
um I was with my bf for like a year anyways he left me about a month ago he just left didnt tell me he was leaving I think he may have hiv or aids and has infected me ive been feeling sick for a while off and on but I have not been tested in about a year anyways ive got this rly bad cough and sometimes I feel like its hard to breathe it been like tht for a couple weeks now I dont have insurance and ive been too much of a coward to go to the hospital because im by myself I cnt tell my family...
We never had actual intercourse but one time she performed oral on me I was so nervous that I couldnt finish, At the time I was naive and didnt know that Oral n Intercourse are just the same. 10 days later my pee was burning and I couldnt sleep. The Doc told me that I got a UTI he gave me meds fr 7-10 days but I got worse and to make matters worse my wife was expecting. After 85 days (wich I tought was enough) I tested for every STD.. Neg- My urine problem cont for 15 months getting milder.
I think Im experiencing AIDSsymptoms. I have shortness of breath, fatigue, and now I started experiencing a weird sensation in my foot, as if someone is holding a lighter near to my ankle. It doesnt burn but it feels warm for a few seconds then goes away. Happens daily I think.
So im wondering if theres a high chance I got AIDS through the damaged tissue.
t on a big dose of norco, at max a month ago, I was taking 4 day and tapered down over a month. Just wondering if anybody knows howlong it takes your sleep cycle to return to normal, or did I do some permanent neurological damage?
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