|Follow up >1000
Dec 10, 2003
Hi Dr. Henry
Thank you for providing very accurate and supportive answers to posted questions. As a follow up to your Jan 30/03 response...am I reading it correctly (?), that out >1000 patients, you have seen, only one has developed PN after a month.
Have you seen patients develop PN or GBS after 3-4 months out?
Please, please answer.
Response from Dr. Henry
Peripheral neuropathy can be due to HIV itself or other conditions (vitamin deficiency, immune reconstitution, etc). I have had several more patients develop peripheral neuropathy after 3-4 months of their first HIV treatment. In those case several were likely due to the HIV meds but the others had other causes. If you are having that problem your HIV doc should be contacted for a discussion. KH
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