Candidiasis And Oily Skin
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University of Minnesota, School of MedicineI have many patients on a wide range of antiretrovirals complain about oily skin. Since dry skin is common in HIV infection (? more common if untreated) then a return to more moist skin (due to skin oils) can be a good thing but it seems some... Read more »
Cornell University, Weill Medical CollegeThe medications you list are not generally associated with the problems you mention. You should consider seeing a dermatologist for a definitive diagnosis of the cause of your condition and more intensive treatment of it. Also, have your Tcells... Read more »
Grady Health SystemErythematous candidiasis is diagnosed by appearance taking into consideration the patient's underlying medical condition or medications they may be on. It is possible to perform a lab test (KOH stain) to confirm the diagnosis, but the results... Read more »
University of Cincinnati, College of MedicineCandidiasis is a yeast infection that is commonly called "thrush" when it occurs in the mouth. It usually affects surfaces in HIV+s, like skin, the lining of the mouth or the esophagus, and the vagina. Symptoms depend on location but can... Read more »
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Posted by BrokenWingedBird, 2 RepliesAnyone got any ideas?
I've been suffering terrible stomach pains, indigestion, after eating anything with even the smallest amount of fat or oil in it.
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyAfter as exposure in January i had lots of problems with teeths, a month after i get red spots in my mouth in the roof, its always there and hurts a lot and are always burning. Could it be something transmited by mouth??? i made a negative Elisa.... Read more »
Posted by wishingforacure, 3 RepliesI am HIV+ and recently my vagina has been itchy. Usually before I get my period. I don't have any STI's. The doctor said this may happen more often since I am HIV+. Is anyone experiencing this? Is there any way to get rid of it or make it better?... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyDani, tengo entendido ke la candidiasis es una infeccion muy comun que no tieen ke estar relacionada forzosamente con el vih, ahora bien, es normal desarrollar candidiais un paciente 4 meses despues de la relacion de riesgo ( contando con que... Read more »
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