Mar 11, 2001
I have been diagnosed with HIV. My t-cells were around 950 and viral load at around 14500. The only signs I have noticed are swollen lymphnodes, fatigue,and headaches. What should I do for headaches if constant, and what will the doctors do to help the lymhnodes to decrease in size if it does not on its own?
Response from Dr. Rodriguez-Torres
You need to go to your doctor to consider treatment for HIV or for other infection.
Lamivudine for HBV
When will tx be available?
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