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I WANT TO KILL MYSELF please help!?

basicaly i have genital herpes and have bin tested for everything else and all says negative but i still keep thinkin i have hiv cos i keep getting werid symptoms like, inside my mouth is sore and little white spots come up and this morenin i got like a gew that i cud peel off like skin, in my mouth, i also have muscle pains and belly aches i have bin putting on weight iswel do you think the test was wrong cud i have it? i tested 6 months after but i think i mite have it im scared and im in a relationship with a guy i love so much and i dont wana give him nothing i love him 2 much but we always use condom im scared help me! my body sometimes aches so much iswel! and im 2 scared to go back 2 the clinic they scare me their waiting in the room I WANT TO KILL MYSELF!

I have Herpes, and at first, I thought I was condemned to be unhappy for the rest of my life. However, life is good, and I am good. You will be okay! If you seriously feel like you are going to kill yourself, you can check yourself in at a hospital. They can give you some anti-anxiety medication to help you calm down. They may also be able to refer you to a counselor. If you don't want to go to the hospital, call someone you can trust to come stay with you. Don't be alone right now.

Once you feel better, then tackle the issue with your boyfriend. Don't sleep with him for right now until you can tell him about Herpes. It is possible to get Herpes while using a condom. Therefore, he will eventually need to know. However, you first have to take care of yourself. There are Herpes support groups all over the place. Email me and I can try to help you find one in your area.

Just take things one step at a time. Think of something you really enjoy doing. Shopping, pedicure, reading, seeing a movie, or whatever just helps you relax. Take a deep breath. Allow yourself to be upset, it is a normal reaction. However, killing yourself is not the answer.


omg please dont kill yourself there are other options juss go talk to someone please juss dont kill yourself


Killing your self is not the answer. Many of people can still live a normal live living with herpes. Also you can also live a normal life with HIV. If you already tested for it and it came out negative, test again in 6 months. HIV can live dormat in your body... But you need to check with your dr because your symptoms that you have maybe something else. As for your boyfriend, just continue using the condoms, as long has he is cool with it.....good luck

OK first of all. The little white spots are probly just cancor sores. Caused by a lack in your diet. Eat better. The body aches can be caused by your herpes. Flue like symptoms are very common. And when was the last time you had your period? Could you be pregnant? And by the way nothing is worth dieing for.

Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. Realize you MIGHT not have HIV, you might be overeacting. How would you feel knowing you ended your life and it turned out you didn't have anything wrong with you? Take a deep breath, and relax. Realize that even if you did have HIV it's not the end of the world, you can live a perfectly happy life.

No please dont do that talk to God he will direct you and he can heal you also just claim your healing and also dont jump to conclusions you miight not have hiv and if you do.. it can be stoped early please dont kill yourself give God a chance to fix things thats what he's here for and remember he will never put more on you than you can bare God loves you and so do i.

its goin to be ok. my ex has herpes and the muscle aches are from that. you probably dont have hiv. just calm down . depressionis also a side effect of herpes as well and it can be taken care of. dont throw away your life over this. its not worth it. you are a beautiful creature with plenty of time and beauty to be experienced. months from now you will be glad you didnt do it. its only temporary and everything gets easier with time, my friend. if you need to talk to someone im on im.

Please don't kill urself because you have a guy who u love him alot so don't leave him alone in this world.
As regards ur herpes:take it easily many people have it.
Don't worry so much for hiv as long as u do sex only with ur loved guy &he also does sex only with u.
Be calm
Good luck

Calm down until you know for sure you have AIDS. Even then, you'll be fine. DON'T KILL YOURSELF! A lot of people live with best friend has em and she has a great relationship and has been honest with everyone she's slept with. 1 in 4 people have it anyway. Whether they know it or not. Maybe you should talk to your boyfriend about how you're feeling..he'd probably be a good support system for you. Cry, feel, breath, let it out, just be sensible!

feeling like this is a normal response, but more than likely your symptoms are being caused by all this stress. try to relax a bit. you've been tested six months after any possable exposure, and anyways, it takes at least two years to develope AIDS, and ussually at least ten years. you're fine.

herpes can be easily transmitted while wearing condoms, but HIV is not transmitted when condoms are used correctly and consistently.

Killing yourself is not the is a list of common STDs...look through them and maybe you can find something else that presents the symptoms that you to your Dr or something.....

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) can cause great discomfort and pose serious risks to a woman鈥檚 reproductive health. A woman should always see her health care provider immediately if she believes that she might have an STD, as many symptoms are not specific to STDs alone; for example, discomfort during urination may be mistaken for a urinary tract infection. Read on for a list of the most common STDs and their symptoms.

Most women who contract Chlamydia do not experience any symptoms. However, some of the most common Chlamydia symptoms include abnormal discharge from the vagina, as well as burning during urination. Long-term symptoms of Chlamydia include lower abdominal pain, the inflammation of the eyes, and skin lesions. Women may also experience inflammation of the pelvic organs, known as pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). Men with Chlamydia will experience symptoms such as abnormal discharge form the penis, as well as pain in the testicles. Chlamydia can be cured but it may return.

Genital Herpes
Common genital herpes symptoms include the appearance of small red bumps, blisters or open sores on the vagina or areas surrounding the vagina. Women may also experience vaginal discharge, fever, headache, muscle aches and pain during urination. The glands of the vaginal area may also experience swelling, and itching and burning may also occur. Men with genital herpes will experience blisters, bumps or open sores on the penis and surrounding area. Medication can reduce the severity of the symptoms of genital herpes, but symptoms may reappear. There is no cure for the disease.

Symptoms of gonorrhea include pain and burning during urination, as well as yellowish and sometimes bloody discharge from the vagina. Many men will not exhibit any symptoms, although in some cases, a yellowish or bloody discharge will be excreted from the penis. Gonorrhea may be cured but reinfection may occur, especially if both partners are not treated.

Genital Warts
First appearing as painless bumps on the vagina or penis and surrounding area, genital warts, also known as human papillomavirus (HPV) can become fleshy in appearance if left untreated. However, in some cases, no symptoms appear, even though the individual has contracted the STD.

In women, genital warts increase the risk of cervical cancer. Gardasil is a vaccine recently approved that decreases the risk of both genital warts and cervical cancer and is safe to be administered to young girls and women who are between 9 to 26 years of age.

Hepatitis B
Common hepatitis B symptoms include a mild fever, headache, joint pain and muscle aches. Symptoms of hepatitis B also include fatigue, loss of appetite and stomach pain. Jaundice is also a hepatitis B symptom and results in the skin and whites of the eyes turning yellow. Thirty percent of individuals who have contracted hepatitis B exhibit no symptoms. Medication is available to reduce the extent of damage to the liver. While there is no cure for hepatitis B, a vaccine is available to prevent it.

HIV/AIDS In some cases, HIV/AIDs symptoms are not apparent for ten years or more. Common symptoms of HIV/AIDS include extreme fatigue, rapid weight loss, as well as recurring yeast infections (in the mouth). Night sweats are also common, as are low-grade fevers. Red, brown or purplish splotches may also appear under the skin, inside the eyelids, mouth or nose. Women with HIV/AIDS may also experience other STDs, Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, or changes in their menstrual cycle.

During the primary stage of syphilis (between 10 days and 6 weeks after exposure to the STD), painless sores known as chancres may appear and heal on their own. If syphilis is left untreated, however, the disease will progress to the secondary stage which include common syphilis symptoms such as a sore throat, fatigue and a skin rash.

The latent stage of syphilis is the period during which symptoms disappear, but the infection remains in the body affecting the joints, nerves, liver, bones, heart, blood vessels and the brain. The late stage of syphilis includes paralysis, gradual blindness, dementia and in some cases death. If treated early on, syphilis can be cured; however, it is possible for syphilils to be contracted again, especially if both partners are not treated.

Who鈥檚 At Risk?
You are at risk of contracting an STD if:

you have unprotected vaginal, oral or anal sex with a person who may have a sexually transmitted disease
your partner has or has had an STD
you have a new sex partner
you or your partner have multiple sex partners
you have had sex under the influence of either drugs or alcohol
you or your parner share needles or other equipment for drugs, body piercing, tattoos or sex toys
Teenaged girls are at a particularly high risk for contracting STDs, especially if they have unprotected sex. The best means of prevention when it comes to STDs is by practicing safe sex meth

Hope this helps


Do it. Life isn't fair and once you realize this point, what's the use in fighting? Nothing is going to work out in the end.

If you have the courage to commit suicide, I say go ahead while you can. I'm almost 30, I can say that I wish I would have tried to kill myself again after a failed attempt when I was 16. It doesn't get better. It's just more of the same. Don't fool yourself into thinking otherwise.

Think about this genital herpes is nothing compared to HIV - I was diagnosed in 2003 and I'm still going strong.

Think positive and you will get through it.

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