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Skin rashes, weakness, sleepy, negative tri dot test. Help

hai sir i was suspcting some of my roommates injected me while i was sleeping in february 12th 2012 and got tested for Hiv 1 and 2 hep a, b,c and got negative for everything but iam getting notches continously since i was affected and skin rashes , Body weakness and sleepy .... Tri dot method was negative and i got walts on my body and on the thy Could you please help me out in this
Asked On : Tue, 6 Nov 2012
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HIV AIDS Specialist 's  Response
Thanks for posting your query.

How long after you had tested for HIV? Is it after May 12th 2012 and if the same is negative then you need not worry about HIV. Otherwise have another ELISA or Western blot test and rule out your fear of HIV.
Your symptoms of skin rashes and weakness and sleepy feeling may be due to something else.
You can approach your physician and get cleared about your symptoms.
If you are further worrying about that somebody had injected with HIV, Hep A,B,C blood then you have to meet a psychiatrist also to remove your ideas from your mind.

Get well soon.
Dr S.Murugan
Answered: Wed, 7 Nov 2012
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