Can Hiv Infection Cause High Blood Pressure

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low platlets and high blood pressure

hiv hepc herpes copd for approx 25 yrsplatlet count usual 83 or so just recently dropped to 53on no meds pressure up to 140/92t cell 411 load 300kwhat is happening
Barbara McGovern, M.D.

Response from Barbara McGovern, M.D.

Tufts University School of Medicine
I can't explain "what is happening" with laboratories alone. You will need to speak with your physician. However, in light of your HCV infection, low platelets and detectable HIV viremia and CD4 T cell counts less than 500 cells, I would recommend... Read more »

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