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solaris066 posted:
it has been like 30 or 40 days that i have been feeling pain with my joints and mucle pain,and throat pain,and discharge from vaginal area.i went to see a doctor and they tested for clamidya and it came positive.i got pills they said it will go away in a week but after 2 or 3 weeks it didnt go away.i have been reading from some web sites and clamidya might related with hiv.i didnt tased for hiv ,they test it for clamidya.but i am scared that i might have hiv??symtops are that what i am having right now is sore throat and i feel there is something in my throat it doesnt go away.and i have tinny little things on my body ,and i sometimes have infection mouth and muscle pain and joint pain.and it has been 30 or 40 days that i got that clamidya from my partner.if anyone can help me about my post i would be so hapyy.thanks.sorry for the writing i tryed my best with my english.
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georgiagail responded:
Sorry; we don't attempt to diagnose HIV by symptoms. If you believe you may be a risk for having picked up HIV your best bet is to get tested at the 90 day mark for this.

David J Malebranche, MD, MPH responded:

Sorry you are having a bad time with your symptoms. A couple things I'll explain to you:

1. Its possible that you may have another problem, though not necessarily HIV, but another sexually transmitted infection that is causing your symptoms. There are other tests doctors can check you out for, so I would return and let them know that the treatment didn't work so they can run more tests.

2. A sore throat and muscle aches could be just about anything, but you're right that it would be good to check out your HIV status to make sure that you're ok. But please at least wait a month to two months to get checked out...

Please let us know what you decide to do!


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