Hello my name's Felix and I'm going through similar symptoms to HIV. I'm Bisexual. I've done oral sex and only that with 2 teens that I've meet. I just turned 18 by the way. My first sexual experience was with a teen i meet over the summer who was 16 and he told me that i was his first. Then once i stopped talking to him because him and i lived in different states, i meet a friend, who goes to the same school i go to, who is also BI and is 16. We've done oral and kissing only and he told me that i was his first as well. The last time we done anything sexual was i think in October or November. On dec 4th 2010 i had a strep or soar throat ( i really can't tell the difference). Then the next day i had a runny nose and was coughing. Then on the 6th i was still sick but it felt more of like a minor cold. then after i was cured from my cold i still coughed up phlem along with a runny nose.. so i was wondering why didn't my immune system completely heal me. So since i had that thought, 2 weeks later after X-mas I started to feel very tired, like fatigue, then i started to loss appetite, then i had a time where i had burning skin during the night. I also tend to become colder than i usually do. i get clatter teeth. My lymph nodes have been pulsating for 3 days and idk if they seem swollen or not. and right now i'm getting temporary rashes which itch. OH and i almost forgot i also did manuel sex (handjob) with somone else. I only touched his thing for 10 secs and i never came in contact with pre **m nor **m. lately i've been thinking i have HIV which i surely doubt cuz the two ppl i had sexual intimacy with said i was their first in which i believe them. I also had burning sensation on my feet once and then later that day i had pain in my right eye, coughing, and difficult breathing as well as having some type of depression. all this persisted for one week now. So i basically had the worst new years ever having to think about if i was infected or not.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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