You have been appropriately reassured by your own doctor and I have nothing to add. You do not have HIV and you can be sure Home Access does not give false information about test results.
As you imply yourself, it is not the purpose of the STD Forum to be the source of personal reassurance of people with unreasonable anxieties, regardless of donation. Indeed, the purpose of having a fee at all is to limit unnecessary threads like this one which do not serve an educational purpose for other users.
Please no follow-up posts; I will have no further replies. Continue to follow up with your own provider if you still have doubts.
You already know what he is going to say. You don't have HIV.
Additional donation or not, he may not answer.
You know, there is an Undiagnosed Symptom Forum now, you could post there. Whatever your problem is, it is not HIV. A good internal medicine specialist should be working with you. Understand that sometimes we all have symptoms that are bothersome and worrisome, yet don't fit into any clear medical diagnosis.
Time will tell. If it is anything medically to worry about, it will become clear eventually. If it is simply anxiety or just normal body symptoms magnified, your symptomatology will either remain the same (vague, non specific) or fade away as your anxiety decreases.
I'm getting amazed by who worries about what on this forum, largely because it's so often illogical. A few threads down, there's a man who was penetrated anally by a stranger without a condom yet he doesn't even think of getting an HIV test; instead he's worrying about a burning sensation when he urinates. And then there are threads started by people who think they have HIV from masturbating, getting oral sex with a condom, or fingering someone.
God bless this doctor for weeding through so much confusion and trying to make sense of it all.
I tested negative at 6, 10 and, 12 weeks. They were all blood test at the hospital. I understand that it is hard to accept the result when your "HIV symptoms" keep coming up. I am going through the same thing. I have limbs that go numb, loose stool, and the list goes on. I am not going to test again because I am sure another test will not calm me down for more than a day. I will be back in the circle again. I have to trust the advice of the doctor here and deal with my fear. I think you will be fine. It sounds like we are experience symptoms of anxiety, not HIV. Numbness is one of the anxiety symptoms. I noted that when a "HIV symptom" hit me I have 10 more symptoms followed it. Be strong and do something more positive. I work out at the gym. It helps me. Good luck.
Good to see you back Johnny