Feb 09, 2010
On Dec. 2 my stepmother called me told me that she was hiv positive and that she haven't been with anyone but my father. After the conversation I lost my appatite and cryed and cryed. I started reading up on hiv and the symptoms then I start thinking and hoping no one I've been with has hiv. On Dec. 6 I began to have flu like symptoms.I started out with a cratchy throat for three day so I went to free health clinic on Dec.9th because I didn't have any health insurance at the time and I was tested for hiv and other std but I had to wait 2 weeks for my results to come back. So I went to the health department to get a hiv rapid blood test days later by the my legs were hurting and was getting over be horse but throat was still alittle cratchy. Had diarrea once that day. Results was negative and I got a h1n1 shot and a seasonal flu shot that day. The next day I began to have diarrea everytime I ate something and my stomach felt weak. That lasted for about two weeks. The begaining of Jan. I begain to get joint pains and slight headaches. Pains in my knees, elbows and arms. I kept googling these symptoms and crying because I was experiencing all of them. My result came back from the health clinic and they were negative including hiv negative. I went to my primary doctor because mt insurance started on Jan. 1 and told him my symptoms and he did some blood work. CBC test, hiv and hep. Test checked my iron level and everything came back normal and negative. I really start freaking out because I was told that hiv could lie dorment. I been very depressed and crying this all I been thinking about for the past 2 months. Now I've experiencing a dry throat and slight joint pain at times in my arm,knees and tingle feeling sometimes. And a growling stomach.I am a 22yr old female diagnosed with genital herpes 4 yrs ago. On Sept 22 of 2009 I had unprotected oral and protected intercourse but he rubbed his penis against my vagina and I ask him to put a condom on. On Nov. 27 I had unprotected sex and 6 days later I got sick. I'm afraid that something is wrong.