|Early neuropathy doc, 6 months
May 16, 2012
Have you seen an hiv caused neuropathy that involves not just the feet but as well as the legs hands arms, back of torso, back of neck and back of head? These areas burn and tingle and are sensitive to touch. This is accompanied with dry mouth, little saliva and white tongue, palpable nodes in the neck after months course of lowgrade fever and fatigue.
Response from Dr. Henry
Recent HIV infection would rarely cause the problems you describe. KH
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