You need a complete physical exam with labs. This could be a digestive / absorptive issue such as Celiac disease or diabetes (weight loss happens first) or perhaps a thyroid issue. There are other possibilities, but you need to get checked out. It's not normal.
HIV will not show up in the test until 10 years later. If you have HIV or AIDS, you absolutely must eat well. As the virus continues to invade your body, you may find that you lose your appetite, but keep on eating meals, calories is most important then ever. Protein is important to prevent weight loss and maintain immune system.
Irritable bowel syndrome? Your social anxiety may be down to urgency to pass loose stools...
What are you smoking? Antibodes are supposed to show up (at the latest) within 3-6 months.
If you didn't mean that HIV usually doesn't progress to AIDS until about 10 years you must be smoking some crack.
Hi.. Your symtoms could indicate a gallstone?
I have just 1 gallstone and feel at times bloated, feverish, nausea, & the bad times my pain feels like a contraction. It passes after a couple of hrs though.
It's very difficult to say, There could be a psychological or hormonal aspect here. You certainly need a full blood workup.Make sure they did broad testing as often doctors will only request certain tests on your blood.
It does sound like it could be a number of digestive issues which are very hard to diagnose. What you are describing sounds similar to those experienced when i had gall issues. You mentioned feeling feverish, do you ever feel the heat comingfrom your lower abdomen? Trying a diet that's designed to be easy on the digestive system but give you energy may be worth a try, porridge, seafood, milk, yoghurt, soup, bananas (keep your potassium up), pleanty of fluids.
Low fat, low sugar, no caffene.
Have you tried the herbal supplement Ashwagandha? It is said to work for weakness, fatigue, anxiety, etc. You could first check the net for info on it, before trying it out.