I had fully protected sex with someone I didn't know 8 months ago , after 2 months i came down with terrible flu which took me around 2 months to get over but i still never made a full recovery and my doctor diagnosed me with post viral fatigue , my symptoms are cloudy and dizzy head , pain in right abdomen , weakness and pain in right leg and arm and also nausea , would a hepatitis b and c test at 3 months and then a liver function test at 5 months all showing negative and normal be convulsive even though I am suffering from what the doctor says is post viral fatigue but symptoms seem very similar to hepatitis , I also had full STD tests including HIV and they were all negative ?? Please help if anyone has any info , am struggling living day to day like this.
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