Dec 31, 2003
Please don't ignore me 'cause this is the 8-th time I'm asking. I do understand this is not the right forum but I am scared to death!!!It's not 3 months yet after my possible HIV exposure so I can not rely on my test results. I am worried A LOT about my lymph nodes. Please explain how does the infected person USUALLY feel the lymph nodes during primary HIV infection: 1.Are they USUALLY tender or firm? 2.Are they MUCH bigger than before infection? 3. Are they USUALLY painfull? 4. Does reactive lymph nodes indicate the start of antibodies development? Please explain this...I am waiting for Your reply.. Please help!!!
Response from Dr. Moyle
I am sorry but this is the wrong forum. Please post on Dr Frascino's forum. It is unfair on the 5+ people per day who post questions on this forum about lipodystrophy and wasting to not focus efforts on these. I am sure you will find Dr Frascino's forum helpful and targetted to your needs
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