Is Anemia Dangerous
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Rocky Mountain CARESHello,I agree with your doctor. There's nothing to worry about. Among people taking HIV treatments, especially AZT (part of Combivir), increased MCV (macrocytosis) is common and of no great concern. If there's any doubt, we'll look... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,I'm sorry to hear your partner has had such a rocky clinical course. To answer your specific question, no, a quick rise in red blood cell count and improved blood pressure levels would not be the cause of his increased vision problems.... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineI would be concerned about a return of his CMV (needs to be checked by eye doc) and about adrenal insufficiency. I some cases at our clinic we have empirically put patients on IL-2 to try and boost the CD4 count. If he is losing weight then a... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHey Steroid-phobic gal,OK, here's the scoop. Oxymetholone is a steroid approved for treatment of some types of anemia. It's an anabolic/androgenic steroid, which means it has a variety of clinical effects including building muscles and... Read more »
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is it possible to get anemia from hiv 5 months after exposure/contracting hiv ?
or is this something that only develops in later stages of aids ? Read more »
1 la anemia puede alargar el periodo ventana?
2 me han salido unos granitos en la espalda que a veces me pican, es un sntoma o es causa del stress?
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