|Lymph nodes and medications
May 10, 2007
Dear doctor: Is it possible that cervical lymph node swelling due to HIV get considerably smaller after 5 days of treatment with AZT+Lamivudine+Efavirenz in a naive patient? If so...could we consider the treatment is doing pretty well? I hope so!!!
Response from Dr. Henry
Regression of lymph node swelling can be seen in some individuals after starting effective HIV therapy. In other patients there can be a transient increase in the size of lymph nodes as a manifestation of immune recovery. KH
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