|Neurotoxoplasmosis in 36 years old man with HIV
Mar 1, 2000
Is there a possibility to care a man with neurotoxoplasmosis
since two years and himself has got AIDS ? Actually he takes some tablets for this problem and other tablets for HIV ? At moment he is down, he feels lonely a without hope. Is armenicum the last aim?
Response from Dr. Feinberg
Toxoplasmosis is a treatable OI, typically with pyrimethamine/sulfadiazine. It is possible to keep this infection under control, but patients must take the toxo medications for life (unless they have a wonderful T cell increase in response to combination therapy for HIV).
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