If there are Dr's reading this, I need advice. I swear I have a contagious headache, either that or everyone aorund me for some reason is suffering the same long lasting strange virus. I feel a tremendous amount of guilt because everyone around me is sick, so I think I am causing the sickness...I've been to so many dr's, but no conclusion...I don't know what to do now. I want to go back to the Dr, but what I would like to know is if I can ask for specific tests to rule out contagious illess. can they test my saliva? Nasal fluid? Etc? What can I say to them to make them understand I need a resolution to this? I can't go on feeling this guilt, I need to know if it is me making people sick...or if this is just everywhere...I can hardly take it.
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