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2 PREGUNTAS
Oct 10, 2002

Hola! Me he hecho una ELISA a los 78 das con resultado negativo pero sigo presentando los siguientes sntomas que duran ya 2 meses: tos seca continua, ligeros dolores a modo de pinchazos en la cabeza, ganglios de la garganta inflamados y unos puntos rojos en la parte superior de los brazos. 1/PUEDO DESCARTAR YA LA INFECCIN POR VIH? 2/SON ESTOS SINTOMAS PROPIOS DEL VIH? MUCHISIMAS GRACIAS POR SU ATENCION.

Response from Dr. Santana

Estos no son sintomas de VIH, 78 dias son dos meses y medio. Para su mayor tranquilidad asegurese realizarse la pruba luego de los tres meses.


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