Well, first of all, my doctor's office has been making it extremely difficult for me to receive my results for the past month. I've called quite a few times about them and asked whether I can just come and pick them up because I absolutely need to know my HIV and Hep C results being that my husband has just recently found out he has both, and I've been trying to get them for weeks ever since I found this out, and they refused to give me a straight answer. All they would try to do is set me up an appointment, which I did resort to doing eventually but then couldn't show up because I ended up having to see another doctor that day to get my Suboxone out and I couldn't miss that or I'd be completely screwed. Then finally after all that bullshit and drama, I decided screw it, I'm just going to go down there today and ask for them, and when I did, she was just like "Oh okay, sure. Here you go." Like REALLY?!! You couldn't just freaking tell me that over the phone the past 5 or so times? So yeah, that pissed me off quite a bit. But anyway, results-wise it seems that I do have high levels of Hep C, which honestly is not the least bit shocking to me. Actually for all I know, I could have gotten that way before I even met my husband due to my own IV heroin use and being in a relationship with another IV heroin user. And as for the HIV test, that actually was quite shocking to me, because apparently I don't have it. I've been having unprotected sex with my husband for over a year (and he's had HIV since 2010 apparently), and we've used each other's needles quite a few times that I remember when we used to get high, and after ALL OF THAT, it still came out negative. So, how about them apples? I did not expect that in the least. So, I guess that's good though...not that I would have cared really at this point if I did have it. Actually, as insane as this may sound I think part of me would rather I did have it because if anything ever happens to my husband it's not like I'd want to stick around anyway. But nothing should happen though because his isn't that bad yet and he's started treatment for it so he should be fine, and on the other hand even if I don't have HIV yet doesn't mean I won't get it in the future since we're obviously still having sex. So, it's alright I guess. And hell, we'll both be collecting benefits now from the government because both diseases are considered fatal so there's the bright side to all this that I see And one last thing...yes, this is what happens when you use IV drugs. So those of you who may be thinking of going that route will end up with at least one of the two eventually. And take it from me, it doesn't make your pain go away.