hiv related demensia
Aug 21, 2007
What are the symptoms of HIV related demensia?
Response from Dr. Horwath
HIV-related dementia can cause slowed thinking, apathy, memory impairment, concentration problems, confusion, problems with balance, tremors (shaking) and weakness. For some people, these symptoms are severe and impair their ability to work, socialize or take care of themselves.
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