Mar 8, 2001
after living 2 months of hell after risky exposure and 2 negative ELISA at 6 nad 8 weeks, I have now been diagnosed with Parvovirus b19.
In your knoweldge, how likely is it that this virus would give similar ars symptoms as HIV? Or could this virus come together with HIV infection, or as a consequence of HIV Infection? Your answer is higly appreciated.
Response from Dr. Holodniy
Most acute viral infections have generalizable symptoms. Unlikely they go together and probably not a consequence of HIV infection.
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