Can Pneumonia Be Acute Sign Of Hiv
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University of Cincinnati, College of MedicinePneumonia is a common infection in both HIV-s and +s, but HIV+ people are more likely to get frequent recurrences of pneumonia. The kind of pneumonia that brings people to the doctor that is commonly connected with HIV is a special kind of... Read more »
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Stanford University, School of MedicinePneumonia is not usually a sign of acute infection. It occurs late in disease.MH... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHi and thanks for your reply.Probably a couple of points to clarify. First off, Strep pneumo was a serious cause of pneumonia long before there was HIV, and will continue to be a pathogen in HIV+ and HIV-er's. (And yes, this is yet another... Read more »
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Posted by roma2010, 1 Replyi woke up today and i noticed that besides having some raised skin spots on hands, back and stomach i also have like 4 new moles on my shoulders and hands which im 100% sure never had from what i've been reading people with compromised immune system... Read more »
Posted by 559guy, 2 RepliesWell about a month in a half ago i was seeing this girl. We had sex about 5 times with a condom,oral sex for about 20 seconds with out, one time i guess you can say "i dipped myself" in her once for about 5 seconds.
II had a sore throat with a white... Read more »
Posted by sickofit, 1 ReplyA person is exhibiting classic signs of acute hiv ie: sore throat, swollen lymph nodes, muscle pains, general fatigue.
They take the antimicrobial zithromax and have all signs of this supposed acute hiv quickly vanish.
Would this rule out the symptoms... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHello: Generally, if I had a sore throat 3 weeks ago and now my nodes are slightly swollen in my neck and armpits, but never any rash or fever or oral signs, what is the risk of my having acute HIV infection? (Oral sex, no ejaculation, protected... Read more »
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