Jan 10, 2002
Does a diabetic person's sugar level changes\become worse after contracting HIV?Does he become even more sick \ remain normal?
Response from Dr. Henry
For most diabetics their blood sugar control is only modestly impacted if they become HIV infected. The situation can become trickier if some of the HIV medications are used that can perhaps alter insulin/blood sugar control (such as some of the protease inhibitors). KH
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