So my visit to the Urologist gave me some relief, they didn't find blood and bacteria in my urine this time.
HOWEVER, I am still experiencing the symptoms below:
1. I am still experiencing dry coughs, but not as bad as 1 month ago. Throat and lungs feel itchy and sensitive. Sore throat comes and goes. Chest sometimes feels like someone is standing on it. No longer experiencing excessive mucus build-up.
2. I am still getting night sweats, which is really giving me anxiety whenever I wake up.
3. I am still experiencing body aches, but specifically in the right shoulder. The aches come and goes, sometime it gets so intense, that it's debilitating.
4. I am unable to get a good nights rest, insomnia. For 3 weeks now, I only get 3 to 4 hours of sleep. With sleeping pills, I can get 6 hours, but I feel groggy afterwards.
5. Gastrointestinal symptoms such as high flatulence, and feeling bloated. Sometimes my stool comes out solid, but other times it resembles diarrhea.
My ENT doctor reviewed my lung xrays, and said he doesn't see anything malignant. No signs of pneumonia, or cancer.
I can't get testing for Covid-19 because I don't fit the criteria. I never had a fever, shortness of breath, or swollen lymph nodes. My doctor says it could be a mild case of the flu, acid reflux, or stress, but I feel it's something else.
It's been over a month now, what could these symptoms mean? Is it Covid-19? Or is it HIV?
I agree with Dave. None of this suggests an STD. It could be a urinary tract infection, prostatitis, or perhaps something else, but it's not an STD.
Your shoulder pain is unrelated to any of this, as is your cough.
Hi, none of what you mention suggest any std but if your worried about hiv then test for it. None of this are herpes symptoms.