How Does HIV Associated Neuropathy Manifest Itself?
Aug 25, 2005
My above question is the question. What are the symptoms of HIV related neuropathy, and can they manifest during seroconversion? Thanks Doc!
Response from Dr. Henry
HIV-related neuropathy most commonly involved tingling or numbness in the toes and feet or pain in the feet before then involving the fingers and hands. Occasionally those symptoms can be seen during HIV serocoversion but they are commonly due to other medical problems as well so often not very specific. KH
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