Can Hepatitis Cause Excessive Saliva At Night
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHelp. I take effexor XR 100 mg a day. I am having the meds. reduced because the night sweats are to bad. Mr. Doctor says these are not related to the Effexor. He's not sure what it is. The only thing he knows is that its not menopause, i'm 32,... Read more »
Posted by mantle198, 2 RepliesHi I'm posting to get a better understanding of my risk exposure and gain some peace of mind, until I wait the 3 month period before I take the HIV test. Recently I had a one night stand with a sex worker, she gave me unprotected oral sex and... Read more »
Posted by Freaked_Ben, 1 ReplyAre the sweats limited only to the nighttime? Can they be profuse sweating during the day?
Let me cover everything that is going on.
Had unprotected oral and protected vaginal intercourse on Sunday the 11th. Then on Saturday the 17th, had a sharp... Read more »
Posted by Choosing2Liv, 5 RepliesI really appreciate reading so many of your posts that give hope and receiving encouraging messages from some of you who are going through many of things that I have or will go through.
Recently, I received a message from Mike that reminded me that... Read more »
Posted by contractor, 1 ReplyMy name is Marco and I had a lot of night sweating for one year. It is a problem that my family has (dad, nephew and more).
After doing a lot of research I found one simple solution for the problem and I DO NOT HAVE THE PROBLEM as long I take my own... Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Saliva that does not contain visible blood is not considered to be a risk for HIV transmission. See below.Dr. BobIs the saliva of person at "window period" riskier than saliva of persons out of that period? (SALIVA)Jun 18, 2008 Dear Dr... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Scared Man,From your post, I'm assuming you had protected "insertive," not "receptive," oral sex. Assuming the latex condom was used properly and did not fail, your HIV-acquisition risk would be nonexistent. Saliva... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineI have had numerous patients who start HIV meds complain of that symptom-it is more likely due to the meds than HIV infection. When the meds are stopped usually the complaints diminish rapidly and you should soon be finished from the details... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Yes, I've covered this topic extensively of late. (A quick check of the archives will confirm this!) From an HIV perspective, saliva without the presence of visible blood is not considered to pose an HIV-transmission risk. I have no idea why... Read more »
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