I don't get mammograms. I just do self breast exams.
But I did have an HIV scare in February. I went and got tested. I kept thinking, "maybe I shouldn't. So many people don't" blah blah blah but I told myself "be an adult and get tested."
In front of the Planned Parenthood Clinic, I met a man who also had been tested. He said he had unprotected sex with a woman and afterwards she said "I hope you enjoy your AIDS."
He is still HIV negative.
On the one hand he scared me because he said "HIV ain't nothin' to play with. First thing that happens is you get black spots on all yo' arms."
On the other hand, he reassured me that I would test negative if he was able to.
I tested negative for all diseases.
I'm sure it's nothing OO.
Why worry? What does that solve? I heard something like 30% of worries are about things you have no control over, so oh well. 30% of worries are about things you DO have control over. And the remaining percentage of worries, the majority of them, are about things that never end up happening!