If you truly believe that you could be suffering from Asperger's Syndrome, I would recommend you visit a psychiatrist or professional in child/teen therapy - and also consider the possibility of receiving treatment for the condition. More than likely, you will be issued selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) which is primarily used to combat demotivation and depression, but can also help with social skills; although, there are no specific drugs attributed to Asperger's Syndrome due to the high variability of symptoms from person to person.
However, to self-diagnose yourself with a disorder is ignorant and foolish. Judging by the short description of your indicators, I would say that you lack the major effects common in AS cases. These include, but are not limited to:
1) The inability to recognize subtle speech cues such as pitch, tone, and accent (what I call "sarcasm deafness").
2) Difficulty or inability to feel or understand empathy.
3) Prone to one-sided conversations.
4) Partially or entirely "blind" to non-verbal communication - specifically body language.
5) Delayed motor skills/development (in severe cases).
Asperger's Syndrome is not synonymous with Depression or Anxiety disorders - though these may occur simultaneously. It is absolutely not the "fear of social interaction". Quite simply, it is the psychological inhibition of engaging in it. Your language does not indicate to me that you suffer from anything remotely close to AS; but again, you should see a professional regarding this issue before diagnosing yourself based on a wikipedia article.