Kitt, Co-Moderator: Anxiety/Panic & Depression& GERD Forums*~*
If I recall right the chances of you getting HIV is very slim at best, It is more on the blood to blood transfer and the HIV virus dose not live long at all outside the body, even if someone did drink off your water bottle that was infected with HIV there is no way you can get it even if the doctor did reuses needles (but I really don't believe this) you would have to be next in line with the same needle with very fresh blood on it, as the virus can not live outside the body and dies off quickly
But do post in the HIV forum on this part, as I'm not a doctor and this is ONLY what I have read about HIV (true of not I can't say for sure) but the HIV forum have WAY better knowledge on this and they are very helpfull ppl.
If your Doctor has assured you the meds are safe together I would continue to take your regular meds as advised.
Keep us posted, Huy. Your doctor is the best person to deal with all this head on, but in the meantime, we offer support and advice here too, so stay in touch and know that we care for you!
Be well, Maz XX
I am so sorry you are still battling your demons.
Know your personal limits. One of the chief causes of anxiety is when a person takes on more than he can handle. Know your limits as to what you can do and how much you can do. It will go a long way in reducing anxiety in life. Reducing anxiety is not hard to do once a person knows how to it. The one principle to keep in mind is if you have any doubts about reducing anxiety on your own, seek professional help.
You have so much spinning in your head right now it feels to me you cannot stop the thoughts without some prefessional help. I pray you can find that help.