I’m 27 years old guy. I had a oral sex about 9 months ago after 1 week I had a great fever with sweat and after 3 days I was better but I had twinge with my urine after 2 weeks I went to a doctor and he gave me urine tests and the results was :
W.B.C / HPF: 30-35
R.B.C / HPF: 2-3
And the other things were normal he gave me antibiotics (Cefalexin) and after I used them I was better.
Next, during about 4 months I had some symptoms like: night sweats , itch on my skin, tribulation on seeing , red blotches on my skin, Eczema on my skin, sore throat , bulge on lymph glands around my neck.
Every of these symptoms exist about few days or weeks and had existed and then they had gone.
During this time I did these tests:
2 months after I got first fever:
FBS: 96 mg/dl
Cholesterol: 137 mg/dl
Triglyceride: 78 mg/dl
S.G.O.T: 13 IU/L
S.G.P.T: 14 U/L
Phosphates Alkaline: 212 IU/L
C - reactive protein (CRP): Negative
Rheumatoid Arthritis Factor: Negative
A.N.A (Anti nuclear antibody): Negative
HBs Ag: Negative
Anti HCV: Negative
W.B.C: 0-1 /HPF
R.B.C: 0-1 /HPF
Hb: 13.3 Grams/DL
About 4 months after I got first fever:
Specific gravity: 10311
W.B.C /hpf : 3-4
R.B.C /hpf : 2-3
And at this time doctor gave me antibiotics (Cefalexine)
About 4.5 months after first fever:
HIV 1&2: Negative
About 5 months after first fever:
Wright Agg. Test: Negative
Coombs Wright: Negative
W.B.C : 1-2
R.B.C : 1-2
And I had sonograghy at my kidney, Bladder, Prostate and lymph glands around my neck that everything was normal.
Now after about 8 months I feel thirsty on my throat and I feel bulge around my neck and throat and lymph glands and sometimes I feel fever.
I had some stomach problems and I had depression about 2 years ago.
Would you please help me to know what was my previous and present problems and are they link together?
How come you get to tell somebody that they are HIV negative from what they tell you and when I did it, my reply was deleted...and you wrote that only the doctor can give this diagnosis which I agree with. How come you are saying this? And how come the post is still here. Just wondering...
I don't know I did not know that they had deleted a post of yours that said that someone was HIV negative..When did that happen?
I just said U R HIV negative because I read his doctors reports that he posted at the top of the page and they all said he was negative for HIV.
U R CUTE,
Yes, it is possible for either partner to become infected with HIV through performing or receiving oral sex. There have been a few cases of HIV transmission from performing oral sex on a person infected with HIV. While no one knows exactly what the degree of risk is, evidence suggests that the risk is less than that of unprotected anal or vaginal sex.
If the person performing oral sex has HIV, blood from their mouth may enter the body of the person receiving oral sex through
* the lining of the urethra (the opening at the tip of the penis);
* the lining of the vagina or cervix;
* the lining of the anus; or
* directly into the body through small cuts or open sores.
If the person receiving oral sex has HIV, their blood, semen (cum), pre-seminal fluid (pre-cum), or vaginal fluid may contain the virus. Cells lining the mouth of the person performing oral sex may allow HIV to enter their body.
The risk of HIV transmission increases
* if the person performing oral sex has cuts or sores around or in their mouth or throat;
* if the person receiving oral sex ejaculates in the mouth of the person performing oral sex; or
* if the person receiving oral sex has another sexually transmitted disease (STD).
Not having (abstaining from) sex is the most effective way to avoid HIV.
If you choose to perform oral sex, and your partner is male,
* use a latex condom on the penis; or
* if you or your partner is allergic to latex, plastic (polyurethane) condoms can be used.
Studies have shown that latex condoms are very effective, though not perfect, in preventing HIV transmission when used correctly and consistently. If either partner is allergic to latex, plastic (polyurethane) condoms for either the male or female can be used. For more information about latex condoms, see "Male Latex Condoms and Sexually Transmitted Diseases."
If you choose to have oral sex, and your partner is female,
* use a latex barrier (such as a natural rubber latex sheet, a dental dam or a cut-open condom that makes a square) between your mouth and the vagina. A latex barrier such as a dental dam reduces the risk of blood or vaginal fluids entering your mouth. Plastic food wrap also can be used as a barrier.
If you choose to perform oral sex with either a male or female partner and this sex includes oral contact with your partners anus (analingus or rimming),
* use a latex barrier (such as a natural rubber latex sheet, a dental dam or a cut-open condom that makes a square) between your mouth and the anus. Plastic food wrap also can be used as a barrier.
If you choose to share sex toys with your partner, such as dildos or vibrators,
* each partner should use a new condom on the sex toy; and
* be sure to clean sex toys between each use.