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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • April 20, 2010
  • 06:37 PM

Please give me your thoughts

I was with my girlfriend on vacation about 2 months ago. we were laying in bed and started getting into it, but realized we didnt have a condom. we are so in love and figured we would sometime have a baby in the future so who cares about a condom now right? a week later on the way home. i got wierd small red bumps maybe rashes on my lower legs almost at my ankles and a few on my hands, that almost looked like some kinda of small insect bite. they were itchy.
After seeing that i got scared. i freaked myself out looking at STD lists smptoms and so on. even though I had made her get an hiv and STD test before we ever did anything, I was still scared. i convinced myself i had gotten hiv and that I was going to die. I would read symptoms daily multiple times on some days. after Reading that I started to experiance certain symptoms. Shaking but with no fever. and a pain in my chest. I also was not hungry as much and did nothing but lay in bed for two days.
Those syptoms eventually went away. I kept thinking to myself over and over, she got tested negative so how can I have it? But the thought was always still on my mind. and now I am still worried. I have bruises on my legs I cant explain. I also got a feeling in my throat like something was stuck, which went away in a few days. Most recently i woke up with a stiff neck that seems to have led into a feeling of my ears being full with water or something.

Anyways my question is Is this HIV or another STD? Or Am I so obsessed that Im causing myself the harm and these odd symptoms one after another. Any help would be great. This is causing some problems with my girlfriend, and I dont know what Id do if I lost her.

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