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Doctor said post nasal drip but meds won't help this month + long sore w red bumps back of throat. Std/hiv test was neg. Started days after sex w man.

See ENT. You need to consult an ENT doctor to get this checked out. Hpv wart would be one of the considerations. Read more...
Sore throat. A strong emotional factor appeared to be the main cause of your sore throat. The throat is an extremely sensitive part of the body and complaints are very common when folks are under stress! Read more...

STD cause drainage in throat? Days after sex got sore w red bumps back of throat still there 3 months later. Strep/mono/std neg. Spitting lots phlegm

STDs. Gonorrhea and Chlamydia are both possible, and there are other less frequent considerations. You should go and be examined and tested appropriately. Good luck. Read more...
Asked and Answered. First, has a physician examined you and confirmed that you do have red abnormal anatomy or 'spots' on the back of your throat? Second, there is no STD that causes your symptoms lasting for three months and you have been told this repeatedly. Third, this situation will not be solved on the internet. If your physician is not helping you in person you need a new physician. Perhaps an ENT or allergie. Read more...

Red bumps back of throat lasting over a month! So annoying! Occurred days after sex w another man. Antibotics won't help. Std test negative. Now what?

May be... The red bumps may have existed there lifelong ; you just incidentally noticed them on the wake of worrying possible std. If warts, they usually develop 2-3 months after exposure, not days, ; not every exposed becomes infected. If herpes, they may cause pain besides lesions. So, if you have been fine after negative tests for std, just sit tight and do self inspection for possible change in #/size. Read more...

Would HIV symptoms appear days after exposure n last over a month? Got STD test done month after but neg. Sore w red bumps back of throat still there

Symptoms varies. Symptoms for HIV infection varies. Some individual get symptoms like fever, rash, body ache or swelling of lymph nodes during acute infection usually in 2-4 weeks after infection. Others can acquire HIV infection without any symptoms and symptoms will appear later and may take 5-10 years or more. Rarely can remain asymptomatic for long time and known as long term non progressor. Read more...
See answer . Within 2-4 weeks after HIV infection, many, but not all, people experience flu-like symptoms, often described as the “worst flu ever", which can last from a few days to several weeks and include: fever (most common), headache, swollen glands, sore throat, rash, muscle/joint aches and pains, and fatigue. Many people who are infected with HIV do not have any symptoms at all for 10 years or more. Read more...

2 month long sore w red bumps back of throat. Started days after sex w another man. Went in month later 2 test 4 STD but all neg. Antibotics don't work?

Get screened for all. A complete std screen should include culture/molecular test for gonorrhea and chlamydia, viral test for herpes, blood test for syphilis and hiv. Make sure all of these were screened for. Warts (hpv) can also cause your symptoms and are another std. These can be tested for also. Please please please use condoms to protect yourself and your partners. Read more...

Sore w red bumps back of my throat over a month now. Not getin better or worse. Started days after sex w another man. Took std/hiv month later but neg?

Need for examination. It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without examining you. A negative HIV test a month after potential exposure does not exclude this infection. Please consult you doctor or go to the city/county health clinic for an evaluation. Read more...

Persistent sore throat/fatigue after oral. Doc say chronic tonsilitis, rehenitis. Std/hiv/mono/strep neg Antibotics, steriods, post nasal meds not help.

Oral what? When I was resident at a county hospital, we treated what appeared to be an outbreak of oral gonorrhea amongst people your age with the same symptoms who had oral sex (culture confirmed). There are still some unanswered questions- mainly the thought that a healthy immune system should prevent this. But for what it's worth, I thought I would mention this experience with a clinical "zebra." Read more...