Chills Sweats Chest Pain Thrush

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Unexplained extreme chills / Headaches sweats.

I have been HIV+ for just over 7 years. In the first year even though my counts were excellent my doctor decided to do Hit it hard and put me on Sustiva and combiver. July of this year it was decided to go back on meds after my cd4 dropped to...
Keith Henry, M.D.

Response from Keith Henry, M.D.

University of Minnesota, School of Medicine
From what you described you could be experiencing unusual forms of immune reconstitution or an idiosyncratic to nevirapine. If no other factors/illness is found to be contributing then perhaps a switch from the nevirapine to a boosted protease... Read more »

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...mind is a powerful thing. Your mind can make it seem as if your tongue is covered in the white spots that sometimes indicate thrush , when in fact it's perfectly pink. Your mind can also make you feel tired and lethargic even though you're... Read more »
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...pneumonia. The most common bacteria to cause pneumonia is Pneumococcus. Symptoms: Onset can vary from gradual to sudden Fever Sweating Shaking/chills Cough that produces rust colored or greenish mucus Increased breathing and pulse... Read more »
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Tuberculosis

...active TB disease may develop symptoms including: Cough lasting more than 2-3 weeks Coughing up sputum (phlegm) or blood Chest pain Fever or chills Night sweats Fatigue (unusual tiredness) Loss of appetite Wasting (excessive... Read more »
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