Dizziness Time Frame
May 10, 1999
Dr. Holodniy, I have read most of the information contained in this site regarding HIV Symptoms. I am specifically interested the symptoms around seroconversion time. I have seen that Dizziness is a possible symptom of HIV. At what point would Dizziness enter into the equation? Would it be during the 1 or 2 week period in which 70% of people experience ARS? Or would it be for a more prolonged period after the initial seroconversion period? Thanks in advance for the information.
Response from Dr. Holodniy
It would be early and part of a multitude of symptoms, not an isolated event. MH
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