|Allergies and HIV
May 21, 2001
The question I have is, how long after a possible infection can allergies affect a person? Is this considered a OI or not?
Response from Dr. Feinberg
Allergies and HIV are not connected, and allergies are not opportunisitic infections, which is what OIs stands for.
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