Toxo side affects and aids
Oct 2, 2011
Ive been diagnosed with aids sighing the last year after being hospitalized with a collapse lunge. My cd4 cell last recorded at 198 up from 124 my viro load went from 600 to over 25,000 and counting...Now started on atripalla. My blood work show for the basic test toxo at a 34 low is under 6 as you already know. I'm having numbing in the feet legs hands dropping thing have foot drop..my muscles, bones, head spine hurting under my rib cage...called my specialist HIV doctor and asked him to do further testing on the toxo he state didn't think it could be acking my body because my viro load was still over 50. My symptoms are matching across the board for active toxo. I'm asking for a second opion on Monday if I can bare the pain throughout the weekend.
Response from Dr. Holodniy
I agree with you pursuing a second opinion. In particular you need to see a neurologist, and preferably one who has experience evaluating people with HIV infection. Although your doctor is correct at one level, most people would not develop active toxoplasmosis infection with your CD4 count (usually occurs in people with < 50 CD4 count), it could still be a manifestation of active toxo which can be seen in people who have just started HIV meds. However, this could be something entirely different and unrelated to toxo given the type of symptoms you describe and this is best sorted out by a neurologist.
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