Diagnosed with UTI, HIV positive, HIV negative, 6 years of anxiety what’s wrong with me?
Im a male 40. In 2010 a girl gave me oral no intercourse, 3 days later i had burning pee an fell very ill. Doc said UTi but antbiotics didn’t work I felt worse. 3 month later std n HIV neg, My pregnant wife neg. Soon i had chills for days, loss of appetite, and still burning. 1 year later HIV- ANXIETY! Sometimes my body would feel warm n itching. In 2012 i screened for std n HIV neg- I am going on an episode of constant throat mucus. An my wife gets yeast infections. It’s been almost 6 years of anxiety, what’s wrong with me? Do i need more testing?
You are fine. Since you’ve tested HIV negative for so many times, you are likely to be HIV free. These are probably caused by your anxiety and possibly regular infections that should not be that concerning. Do check up with your primary doctor and strengthen your immune system with vitamins and fluids.
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It seems you are suffering a resisting urinary tract infection also your wife’s yeast infection may be a cause..
A urine culture and a strong antibiotic course must be followed and sex should be avoided until you and your wife are free of symptoms and cultures comes out free..
you seem to be undergoing a lot of variations in your body. Primarily,doesnt feel that anything is wrong with you but i suggest you should get a gen 4 PCRRNA test done to confirm hiv. get other blood test for stds as well done.
I DO NOT THINK THAT YOU NEED ANY MORE TESTING. ITS A ISSUE OF LOW IMMUNITY AND LOW TOLERANCE.TAKE IMMUNE BOOSTERS.YOGA AND MEDITATION CAN HELP INCREASE YOUR IMMUNITY
i think you should get tested for stds. mucus should be tested for organisms. complete blood tests with pcrrna test need to be done to confirm the diagnosis