I have chronic sinus for past several years. The doctor would put me on antibiotics everytim the sinus comes back. Last month 12/18/10 doctor decided to put me on longer dose of antibiotics (AMOX-CLAV 875MG for 21 days and Methylprednisolone 4mg dospak 21's for 7 days). While I was on these prescription on 12/25 I had protected sex with girl I work with. She also perform unprotected oral on me and we deep kiss a lot.(she said she had several partners, but is clean and few years back she had chlamydia). Now I am worried because since last 10 days around my neck below my chin both side is bothering. I believe they are lymph. I have also lost 5 lbs during this time. Could it be HIV or is there any side effect to the medication I took? Is it STD? If it was STD would it be cure since at the same time I was taking antibiotics? I was also taking NASAL spray and doing sinus rinse twice daily. I have ENT appointment next week, But can't wait and can't concentrate on work o home. Please reply.
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