Mar 20, 2001
Does thrush usually occur in newly infected people (within 5 months of infection)?
Response from Dr. Boyle
No, thrush usually occurs in chronically infected patients that have low T cells. It is relatively uncommon in newly-infected people, who generally maintain relatively high T cell levels, except that it may occur in some cases during the acute seroconversion period. BB
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