Please help - no one can figure out what is wrong with me.
On 9/30, I received unprotected oral sex from a woman who apparently had gonorrhea of the throat. Although I was asymptomatic, I was worried about the exposure so I got tested for a full battery of STDs. I tested positive for gonorrhea. On 10/14, I was prescribed a one-time oral dosage of Azithromycin and Suprax, which I took that night.
Soon after taking those medications, I began experiencing a number of odd symptoms - fatigue, low-grade fever, sore throat, joint and muscle pain, shooting pains all over my body, back pain, and pain in the upper right quadrant of my abdomen. I was initially worried this was ARS, so we tested for HIV on the 27th day after exposure (and again on the 42nd day). Negative. We also re-tested for gonorrhea and for syphillis, also on the 27th and 42nd day after exposure. Both negative.
On the 34th day after this expsoure, we did a blood draw to look for markers of other issues. Everything looked fine except one of my liver enzymes was slightly elevated (66 ALT) and my platelet count was just barely over the high end of normal range. Out of an abundance of caution, my physician ordered a full hepatitis panel. Everything came up negative. We then tested again on the 42nd day for Hep B and Hep C - again negative.
Still unable to figure this out, I had an ultrasound on the right-upper quadrant of my abdomen about a week ago. Everything looked normal.
Over time, my symptoms have evolved a bit, but they aren't going away. Currently, I am experiencing: fatigue (I need 9-10 hours of sleep per night), malaise, weight loss (I've dropped 13 pounds in 7 weeks), dull pain in my abdomen (particularly right upper quadrant, but not exclusively), occasional shooting pains throughout my body, fogginess/inability to concentrate, constant back pain, rib soreness, feelings of dehydration (no matter how much I drink), and (starting yesterday) intense shooting pains in my left testicle (7-8 times for maybe 2-3 seconds over the last 36 hours).
My PCP basically told me to see what happens over the next 10 days and see how I feel at that point. I am completely at a loss, and it sounds like he is, too. Given the repeated tests, I don't think I'm dealing with something sexually acquired, but I haven't clue where to turn next.