Causes Of Typhus That Do Not Go Away After Intercourse Are Risky?
hello, 5 months ago I had sex with the same sex but only petting and using a condom (penis and penis rubbing against each other, and I’m very sorry), and no fluid came in because I stopped halfway. after that a month later I shivered at 2 pm, and in the morning I had no appetite, then after that I went to the nearest clinic, I was diagnosed with typhus, then given antibiotics, after that I took the antibiotics, while drinking I had diarrhea, and at that time every time eat I am dizzy, and have chills, if I lie down well, I continue to take antibiotics until they run out, almost 1 week more I take antibiotics until they run out, one month after intercourse I am worried about HIV because I am still weak and I tried a test at my hospital on the HIV test and hematology, and the results were negative and my blood was normal, I was still curious about the disease, after that I went to the clinic internist and was treated again, and it turned out that the typhus was still there, then I was given another antibiotic, and after that, I took the medicine 3-4 The day after I took the medicine, my chapter bled a little and had diarrhea and bleeding, and in the armpits I felt pain (no lumps) and after that I continued to seek treatment for 2 mi Wait, the antobiotics ran out, but the weakness was still felt, then my internist did a Widal test, and it was still negative too, (I’m confused here, widal is negative but called typhus) and the internist said I was cured, I felt muscle pain and easily limp, a month after (3 months after intercourse) I tried VCT again and the results were negative, so I was confused, what kind of pain I was, a month ago I was still curious, then I went to the internist at the hospital, then I complained about everything, then I had abdominal ultrasound, and my organs are still healthy, said the internist, then the internist said I was just stressed, but now I’m still curious about what I feel now:
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HIV testing can be done by checking viral load, testing HIV antigen, and checking for antibodies to HIV. Viral load checks are performed to see the amount of HIV virus in the body. The number can increase from 1-6 weeks after exposure or risk behavior. HIV antigen (p24) is a test to see if there is a protein produced by the HIV virus that can be measured from 1-8 weeks after exposure. The HIV antibody test looks at the specific immunity found in HIV-infected patients. HIV antibodies can be detected as early as 2 weeks after exposure in very few patients. About 99% of patients with new HIV show reactive HIV antibody results after 12 weeks. If you are concerned that you have HIV, you should re-check now as it has been more than 12 weeks since exposure.
My catch is that you've been experiencing symptoms for 4 months and seen 5 different doctors. We recommend that you choose just 1 internal medicine doctor that you trust enough from the five doctors. You should routinely control the doctor according to the promised time. You can also come back to the doctor if the treatment given does not make you better or gets worse. By seeing only one doctor, the doctor can evaluate and see the course of your disease more clearly. The doctor may recommend that you undergo an exam that you have already undergone to compare the two results. The doctor will explain to you the disorder you are experiencing and the treatment plan accordingly.
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