|HIV and Nose Bleeds
Dec 11, 2005
Hi, my husband is HIV pos. and I'm negative. He has been having nose bleeds and I was wondering if that is something to do with the HIV? He recently started taking viramune and truvada. Though I don't think the nose bleeds are from those as he had a few before starting them. Thank You.
Response from Dr. Henry
HIV infection can cause some bleeding disorders (such as a low platelet count). HIV drugs, including nevirapine (Viramune), can also cause problems with the liver, resulting in bleeding problems, but this occurs rarely. The vast majority of nose bleeds in treated HIV+ patients is due to local nose problems (dryness, chronic irritation, chronic infection, chronic use of nasal sprays, cocaine use, etc) or other problems like high blood pressure. His HIV specialist and/or an ENT (ear, nose and throat) doctor can usually assess the likely cause and recommend an intervention. KH
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