Aug 9, 2005
how do you control this if you have hiv and will it help
Response from Dr. Henry
Neuropathy in the setting of HIV Infection can be due to HIV itself, drugs used for HIV (such as D4T or ddI), or other conditions (such as diabetes or vitamin deficiencies). A thorough history, physical examination, and laboratory evaluation often can help identify the cause. If it is HIV related then treatment with antiretroviral medication will often help. KH
Desensitization to Septra or Bactrim
sustiva in the morning
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