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Can Hiv Symptoms Develop After Three Months

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How many MRI's and CT scans before one develops cancer? Am freaking out! Have had one done almost every month for a year! Mommy of three.

Hello Dr. Bob. I hope as always you are doing outstanding. I am extremely concerned about something. I have wound up at the ER for about a year to a year and a half once a month and every time, they have said I have to have an MRI or CT Scan. I just...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hi,Dr. Oz? He's cute, but don't believe everything you hear on TV.MRIs don't use radiation. They use powerful magnets. CT scans, like regular x-rays, do use radiation. However, you have no reason to freak out. If the scans are needed... Read more »

Loss of Apetite for more than three months?

Hi doctor,I got my infection three months before,say from a week I have a severe apetite loss and... Read more »

Is an HIV test at three months conclusive?

Concerned Male, 20, writing. (I just sent this letter, but I think it was at the wrong forum so I... Read more »
Articles
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

WHO Plan to Treat Three Million HIV-Positive People in Developing Countries by 2005 "Not Convincing," Opinion Piece Says

The World Health Organization 's 3 by 5 Initiative , which plans to treat three million HIV-positive people in developing countries by the end of 2005, is "not convincing" on a number of levels, Amir Attaran, an associate professor of population... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Switching Drug Regimens Every Three Months May Benefit HIV-Positive People, Study Says

HIV-positive people may be less likely to develop a resistance to antiretroviral drugs if they switch drug regimens every three months, according to a study published in the July 15 issue of the Annals of Internal Medicine , the Los Angeles Daily... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

CQ Examines Concerns Over Obama's FY2011 Global Health Budget

Congressional Quarterly examines concerns among health advocates and international development experts about what President Obama's FY 2011 budget request might mean to U.S. commitments to particular diseases abroad, such as HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Bank Helps Fight Communicable Diseases in Three Asian Countries

The Manila-based Asian Development Bank today announced it will provide a technical-assistance grant to help the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia fight infectious diseases. ADB said the $1.2 million grant will also help the nations meet UN... Read more »
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Regarding three months too long ..Jackie, anyone

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
Can someone please comment on the reply that was posted on 3/19 and 9:21 pm... Is this so?

It says that if ARS started 4 weeks later it can last for 4 months, so then the window period is extented. Or would one test positive still after 3 months, if... Read more »

Very scared at three months!

Posted by Saginaw007, 3 Replies
Thanks for listening to me. Here's my situation. On aug 9th I performed unprotected oral sex on a sex worker. One of the reasons that I am concerned is that I suffer from bleeding gums. My symptoms are I have had a loose stool for for about 2... Read more »

HIV neg at 6 months. LOADS OF SYMPTOMS !

Posted by KitG, 3 Replies
Apologies for the sensationalist title but I though it would grab the attention of people who might find this useful eg. Chris, uhohblita. It's also the title of my first ever post here:

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HIV neg at 6 months. LOADS OF... Read more »

Symptoms three days after?

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
How common is it to develop ARS symptoms three days after a risky exposure? Read more »