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Chest pain, tired. Have HBV positivity. Numbness in leg, pain in head, breathlessness

hello my name is xxxxxxxxxx i feel chest pain centeral part and left side feel tired some times i feel as if something is getting dry inside my organ and i am diagnosed HBV posetive my heart beat is from 56-63/ms feel my body is getting die and my head is hallow my memory is getting low and speed decreased short of breathing my left leg gets numb and my left side of head i feel pain now days my felexiblity is weak
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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Hi there,

Thanks for your query.

You have not mentioned when HIV was found to be positive; how long back did you have sex with the person, who has apparently transmitted HIV infection.

From the brief details provided, you are either suffering from anxiety + depression; or they are symptoms of HIV disease itself.

However, if your problems started just AFTER you learnt that you are HIV positive, your problems are due to anxiety, apprehensions and mental stress/depression. Anti-depressants + anxiolytic drugs will relieve you of your problems.

If you were diagnosed as HIV positive long back, you problems may be due to HIV disease, involving your nervous system; chest involvement due to accumulation of fluids in pleura or tuberculosis of lungs.

Consult your doctor who will evaluate to find out if your problems are that of HIV disease.

Hope I have answered your query.

Dr. Rakesh Karanwal
Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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