Cause Of Light Colored Stool With Hep C
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 Repliesit has been 6 months since exposure started having diarrhea and
all my lymph nodes in my breast and under arm are swollen
soreness in my back. my stomach keeps burning. had ars 3 weeks
after exposure lymphadenopathy but it didnt hurt but my throat
was... Read more »
Posted by David75, 4 RepliesHello,
Since a suspicious heterosexual contact with a black prostitute in july 2006, I've experienced EVERY symptom on the HIV ARS-list (except fever) ...
These include :
Urticaria ( after 2 weeks)
Rashes all over my body, including palms... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replieshey guys i'm a bit worried about these symptoms i have. 3 weeks after being possibly exposed i started with diarrea alterning constipation, light intermitent fever and my skin started becoming dry and shinny, like old. i got tested for hiv... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 Repliessince my exposure in june 23 or possibly july14.
ive been testing since august01.
august 01 viral load testBDNA......NEG
SEPT 01 VIRAL LOAD PCR...........NEG
OCTOBER 01 ANTIBODY NEG.
DEC ANTIBODY NEG
JAN ANTIBODY NEG
FEB ANTIBODY NEG
MAR... Read more »
Posted by becazican, 2 RepliesHi, my name is mikael and i am not as of this typing hiv pos. my story is for years i volunteer with people living with aids and had to quick after about 10 years because of obsessing about it. only had sex with two people in ten years , one i never... Read more »
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New York University, School of MedicineThere are lots of risks from sewage. Hepatitis A is the real risk from sewage in terms of hepatitis viruses. Hepatitis B and C and HIV really need blood to be transmitted. You should certainly wear gloves to protect you from the bacterial infections... Read more »
Tufts University School of MedicineIt seems that you have had a great deal of testing and I suspect that your symptoms are not related to hepatitis or HIV viruses. The symptoms around 22 weeks could be related to hepatitis - but if there was no new risk - your HCV antibody should... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicinePale or near white stools occur occasionally based in diet and other recent events. If persistent (> 3 weeks fir example) then concern about bilirubin not getting into digestive tract due to bile duct obstructions (stones, stricture,... Read more »
Chicago Black Gay Mens CaucusThanks for your question,Even if you touched the toilet paper and there was blood on it, you would not have been at risk for HIV. There needs to be an immediate and direct transfer of fluid for there to be risk for HIV. For Hepatitis C, infection... Read more »
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