Sep 12, 2008
I have been infected with HIV for nearly a year. T-cell 528, viral load 798. I not taking any medications and am otherwise healthy. I've been having some tingling in my feet and sometimes waist down all at one. It almost feels as if I'm being elecrocuted. Can HIV cause this? My family has a history of diabetes but I don't have it. Thanks for your time
Response from Dr. Henry
HIV can cause symptoms as you describe but it would be unusual with high CD4 count. The nature/distribution of the tingling shouuld prompt looking for other explanations. KH
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