Your symptoms are in no way typical of HIV and you need not worry about this further (nor for that matter, other STDs from your encounter five years ago). Prostatitis is actually not overly common in males with HIV. I do not know what your symptoms are due to and am pleased that you are working with a urologist on this. You are doing the right thing. Worry about STDs is the wrong thing. Stick with the urologist.
Good luck. EWH
p.s. the tests he performed are not tests for STD. this suggests to me that he, with the benefit of being able to examine you, is not worried about STD either. EWH
the urologist also asked that i take an extensive urine analysis ( 3 seperate samples over 3 day period ) the appointment was quick..no real examinination. could the urine sample be the test for std? i appreciate your time doctor..and thankyou.
by the way..doc wouldn't this problem i have be considered an oppurtunistic infection?...which is common from what i read with hiv..
last question..i promise. thanks