Feb 10, 1999
Test negative on elisa 3 months after a possible exposure to HIV. Now, I am diagnosed with gastroesophgeal reflux. Does this have any thing to do with HIV symptoms? Can gastroesophgeal reflux caused by anxiety, depression and nervousness?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
GE relux is an extremely common condition, and is not caused by HIV infection. Stress related conditions can exacerbate this condition. MH
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