There is no mention whether you tested for Diabetes and the results came back positive or negative. You seem more concerned about HIV & STD than diabetes so try posting on the Ask a Doctor Forum , perhaps Neurology and/or Undiagnosed Symptoms due to your past work environment.
and to add to WaveRider none of the symptoms mentioned seem to indicate diabetes either.
Yeah thats why i came to this board.
My main symptoms i get almost everyday is HEADACHES from all points on my head. Weight Loss in my face. Pain in my face and ChestPain.
all other symptoms are once a week type of stuff.
This board is not ALL medical problems - it is broken down by disease. You are posting in the Diabetes section and none of this post seems to be related to diabetes as far as we can tell. I would suggest maybe posting in one of the Dr forums perhaps they can help you better.
HEADACHES = Neurologist, a doctor who deals with seizures, stroke, neurology channel, coma, alzheimers, brain, spinal cord, nerves, HEADACHES, migraine, the nervous system, ... Make sense?
OK... I agree with previous replies that this original post was... odd...
However, if anyone ends up here somehow looking for info about HIV Testing, being young and skinny with chest pain, or worried about headaches, or especially worried about Type II Diabetes, then this is for you...
1) For ALL of the above possible symptoms: GO SEE A DOCTOR! I'm not kidding... somewhere within a reasonable travel distance, there is more than likely a free clinic available... do a web search (Google, Yahoo, AltaVista, or whatever) for "free clinic [your zip code]" and something should come up.
2) If you are concerned about HIV or any STD, go to a County Health Clinic; try a web search for "free std test [zip code]" or "HIV test [zip code]"
3) SKINNY people with "pinching chest pain": Not to discourage you from seeing a doc, even at a FREE clinic; but that symptom isn't too unusual... again, that doesn't mean you should avoid having it checked out by a doc... but don't completely freak out about it. If you are thin and have that symptom, when it occurs try taking as deep a breath as you can, holding it, and "pressing it down" and see if that doesn't help... but again, even if that "helps" it doesn't mean that you shouldn't see a doc... [for thin folks, especially young males, it's sometimes due to "post-chondrial catch syndrome"]
4) Specific weight loss: if you are experiencing apparent weight loss in just one area of your body (especially if your total weight is not decreasing or is not falling by much) then you need to see a doc; especially to have the area of weight loss checked out. IF, by some chance, the doc is dismissive without explaining the change to you, then seek out another doc!
5) Weight loss (or weight gain) along with increased thirst, increased urination, WITH tiredness, decreased energy, increased hunger: no matter what your age or previous health status, get to a doctor as soon as you can... it might be nothing, it might be diabetes, it might be something else... but you need to get it checked out...
6) Pretty much anyone: you would absolutely benefit by finding a doc you connect with and having full annual exams, if only so that you have a 'baseline' against which to compare...