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Have yeast infection, UTI and swollen lymph nodes. Could I have HIV?

I had unprotected sex with 2 people i know i recently lost my virginity and one day i went to the nurse and i was told i had a yeast infection with bv and a uti and i was given medicine , but about 2 days later i had a dream i was hiv positive ever since i been depressed i got tested it was negative but i still cant get it out my mind also i have a slightly swollen lymph node in my neck and i know i sufer with tonsilitis and it doesnt hurt its less then an inch but its been like this for a month now oh yeah i also had an iud for 2 months but i got it removed and things seem to get a litttle better now that its gone but the lymph node is scaring me because they say thats an hiv symptom but i feel fine
Asked On : Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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A lymph node in the neck can appear due to many diseases. If its painful and sudden in appearance, you may think it to be an acute infection. If its been there for a while, a ultrasound scan and guided FNAC may be useful in confirming diagnosis.

Proper treatment may be started after confirming diagnosis. It could be a chronic granulomatous infection.

Dreams are an extension of your thought and you must have thought of HIV on the day you had the dream. If your HIV test is negative, you could get it repeated after sometime and in all probability that may also come negative.

Please go for protected sex if having multiple sexual partners.

Hope this helps.
Answered: Tue, 23 Jul 2013
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