For a start, be very careful of those "strong pills for your pain" and the sleeping pills. It is easy to get addicted to such medicines, causing far more problems than the pain itself, and they can also add to your depression. The same applies to the wine.
Yes, you may indeed be developing a depression, and maybe it'd be wise to seek an assessment with a specialist psychiatrist and a discussion of your treatment options. Proper antidepressant medicines (which can also help to relieve pain ) can be helpful.
But also, try to get proper counselling ( maybe through one of the many NGO's offering to help people with HIV problems ). Counseling can help greatly with this sort of emotional situation, where it's clear these troubles started after you were told you were HIV positive, and no medicines alone will help sort out the troubling feelings and worries that are bothring you.
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