About six months ago i had unprotected sex with a girl I had met earlier that day. I no no previous affiliation with this female and made a terrible mistaking by having sexual relations with her. Several days later I noticed several changes in my body. I was having extremely painful and frequent urination's accompanied with blood in my semen. I noticed that I had dry cough for approximately one week ( However so did my roommate and we were involved in activities that would led to us both getting colds which is more than likely what occurred.) I started noticing that my leg were very sore and pulled my hamstring. ( I play football and was undergoing very rigorous off season training.) I also noticed that I had tender and painful testicles. During this time I would occasionally smoke marijuana and immediately after would have sever pain in my groin region as well as all over my body. I would feel pain in certain joints including my hands and feet what felt like sharp pain. I would notice that I had epidimyitis. This would only occur when I smoked and every time these symptoms would occur. I also noticed that my skin was flushed and red and I would bruise easy. I did extensive research and came to the conclusion that I had contracted wither Gonorrhea and or Chlamydia. I begin to get quite paranoid and thought I could have HIV. I would play with the lymph nodes in my neck which did not seem swollen but may have began to because of aggravation. I could find no significant lymph node swelling in my neck or armpits. Several months later with out being treated I began to have lower ab pain, anal itching, and occasional diarrhea (2-3 days). I noticed small red bumps on my chest that resembled acne which was not sever in any way. I also noticed that my skin was very flaky and itch as well. During the entire time period I had a mild symptoms of a sore throat as well. I would also notice that my urine would be cloudy and smelly as well. I began to also notice that I would how the urge to urinate but when i would very little urine would flow. I also noticed that the tube that flushes the urine out of body felt swollen or harden. Inflammation and pain of my joints also occurred. Six months have passed now and have pain in my bladder, occasionally muscle spasm in my legs and arms as well. I never really had headaches before but have begun to have them almost daily as well as fatigue. I noticed I sweat excessively when temperatures rise. I have also had apparent pink eye from the beginning of known symptoms.I noticed as well stiff neck, left shoulder pain, and low back pain. Basically I know that I have a UTI, and gonorrhea or chlamydia. But I have been nervous and scarred that I might have contracted HIV. Do any of these symptoms fall in that category??
You slept with a strange girl and know that you have an infection and most likely an STD and instead of getting treated for it you've waited 6 months and posted on this board to see if we think you have HIV??????
Do you realize that a UTI left untreated can lead to serious Bladder and Kidney disease/infections which in turn can lead to loss of a kidney or even death?????
Untreated gonorrhea can cause serious and permanent health problems. Gonorhea can cause a painful condition called epididymitis in the tubes attached to the testicles. In rare cases, this may prevent a man from being able to father children.
If not treated, gonorrhea can also spread to the blood or joints. This condition can be life-threatening.
If untreated, chlamydial infections can progress to serious reproductive and other health problems with both short-term and long-term consequences. Like the disease itself, the damage that chlamydia causes is often "silent." Complications among men are rare. Infection sometimes spreads to the epididymis (the tube that carries sperm from the testis), causing pain, fever, and, rarely, sterility. Rarely, genital chlamydial infection can cause arthritis that can be accompanied by skin lesions and inflammation of the eye and urethra (Reiter's syndrome).
Seriously, dude...go see a Dr. and get treatment for what you know is wrong and get tested for what you think might be wrong.