Hiv fear

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these are all my symptoms still after 1.5 years i tested negative ab/ag 1/2 at 6 months but still have all this happening

Anxiety

Depression

Always anxious

Brown stripe on thumb nail

Saliva ducts in mouth raised

Feeling nauseous

Swollen adenoids

Yellow loose smelly stool

Frequent urinating

Frequent yellow urine

Bloated sore tummy

Constant fatigue

Poor broken sleep

White tongue

White pimple like spots under head of penis

Nail abnormalities

Knumb hands when lying down at night and morning

Some mornings gag vomit clear mucus

Sore shoulders

Low energy

No appetite

No interest in anything I do anymore

Scared of everything

Blurred vision often

Sore inner thighs to touch

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  • Posted

    always sore lymph nodes in my neck also

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      Hi Carl, after testing at 6 months period, HIV isn't your concern. I assume that you always think about what you might have and stay feared ?

      I also had a same problem but my symptoms lasted for a months only except white tongue and lymph nods on my neck which is barely feelable . I would say stop thinking about it and give a chance what's the changes . at seven months mark i also did 3rd test and doctor said three months test was more than enough and if you're always scared about it, its always better to get a help from therapist before its leads to an another problems. GOOD LUCK!!

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      Also keep in mind that HIV isn't a disease , It's a virus. many people who diagnosed with it doesn't even shows a symptoms so stay away from google including this forum and do stuff like meditation, eat healthy stuffs and see if its help you.

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    hiv is not your concern. you have tested negative

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  • Posted

    It is your anxiety that is causing all of those symptoms. I've been in the same situation minus most of the symptoms you're having.

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