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Diagnosed with HPV and bacterial infection. Stopped smoking weed. Feeling tired, light headed and getting cramps. Are these due to the HPV and infection?

I recently went to the doc.s & found out I have HPV and I had a bacterial infection . I took all my medication for the bacterial infection but I know my body, and stuff still ain t right. I can t concentrate at all (but I recently quit smokin weed and I was smoking ALOT so I m not sure if that s actualy a symptom or just because I m permifried) I have no energy ever, I m often tiered. I often get cramps after I eat. I am often light headed, sometimes eating will help the light headedness other times it seems to be what caused it. I also have been experiencing back pains right under my rib s and this pain is in the front (just alot worse in the back) Could any of this be related to the HPV or the bacterial infection? Or do I need to go back to the Doc.s. Any Idea s of what s going on?
Sat, 29 Sep 2012
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Hello,

These symptoms seem more related to stopping smoking rather than infections.I think a primary evaluation by your doctor should be considered.

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Diagnosed with HPV and bacterial infection. Stopped smoking weed. Feeling tired, light headed and getting cramps. Are these due to the HPV and infection?

Hello, These symptoms seem more related to stopping smoking rather than infections.I think a primary evaluation by your doctor should be considered. Regards.