Medicine and antibody?
Mar 29, 1999
8 weeks after a possible exposure I was diagnosed with GERD. As a result,I was put on CIMETIDINE for 6 weeks and had a flu shoot in my Dr office. I had a negative ELISA on the 16 weeks. Now, I am wondering if this medicine (CIMETIDINE) or the flu shoot will prevent my body to produce antiboby to HIV?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
No they would not affect antibody development. MH
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