Right now I do not know if I still have HIV scare. I had testing HIV 1+2 + P24 Ag done at 79 days, 96 days, 113 days. All came back negative. Currently I have chronic insomnia and I feel constant pain inside my right lung and my right chest and it is not getting better and it is causing me headache. Muscle pain, join pain, bone pain. I have dry cough. Lots of sputum daily. I been to x-ray two times in the past 4 months and find nothing. My echo cardiogram (ultra sound for the heart) also showed nothing. I suffer chronic insomnia for 4 months already due to this. What is wrong with me?
I also have similar symptoms like you, all begin when i had one blood test done in a government hospital back in India and it is been my tenth month and still have all the symptoms and i have done complete body checkup and everything is normal.
What is your major worry is about??
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