|HIV positive child
Aug 14, 2006
what are the signs and symptoms of an HIV positive child?
Response from Dr. Conway
The signs and symptoms in a chld would be quite similar to those in an adult with the development of opportunistic infections as the immune system weakens. A big difference is that HIV would affect the brain in a disproportionate manner and slow development considerably. This is why antiretroviral therapy is begun as soon as the infant is confirmed to be HIV positive, to allow growth and development to proceed as normally as possible.
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