|Erythematous candidiasis as primary infection symptom?
May 2, 2000
Hi Dr Reznik,
Is erythematous (sp?) candidiasis likely to present itself during acute HIV infection/seroconversion, as late as 7-9 weeks after possible exposure?
I have had no fever, no swollen lymph nodes, headache or other of the "classical" symptoms.
Thanks ahead for responding!
Response from Dr. Reznik
Now would I expect this to be the only sign or symptom? More likely than not, no. Remember there are several reasons why a person could present with candidiasis. If you feel you are at risk for HIV, please follow through with an HIV test.
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