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about a year and a half ago i started feeling different. I have been having constant headaches, like pressure headaches. My lower back by my left kidney hurts, and i felt back pain before, it feels like it is something inside. My sexual region feels itchy and smells fishy. My right arm feels weak. I get a feeling as if i have a hair in my eye, but its not in there. I get an itchy feeling in my rectum and i can feel little balls in the opening, plus sometimes i bleed. I am scared I have got HIV, i was tested for everything else and it came back negative, i went for the Hiv test and i left to get the post test results, to scared. I was with multiple sex partners some unprotected, now i have been faithful to my girlfriend now for more than two years, but my health doesnt seem to be getting any better, my doctor said i had a spina bifida since when i was young, but would that give me all these symptoms.


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replied April 1st, 2006
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That itchy feeling and bleeding balls in the rectum are likely to be caused by inflamed hemorrhoids (enlarged vein blood vessels). Itching and an accompanying fishy smell from the sexual region could be caused by a skin allergy or infection. You can go to a dermatovenerologist for that. Back pain can originate from back muscles or from the kidney. I don’t think that spina bifida from the past can cause present symptoms. I recommend you do blood/urine analyses and request an abdominal ultrasound to fully diagnose the cause of your symptoms.
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