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Chronic Autoimmune Hepatitis

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window period for autoimmune hepatitis

hello doc sorry to keep asking you the same question its just no one has been able to answer this for me i had a single unprotected vaginal exposure max 15 minutes in vietnam 3 weeks after i returned all signs and symptoms of ars i got tested...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...Hi,Autoimmune hepatitis and having your potentially "dangerous liaison" in Viet Nam would not have any effect on the accuracy of your repeatedly negative Read more »

Autoimmune hepatitis

Dear Dr Dieterich,I am not so sure if you are the right specialist about this topic, but i need... Read more »

Contact with chronic Hepatitis (PCR 9900 v/ml)

Im really concerned. Four days ago I had contaminated my hand with virginal fluids of chronic... Read more »
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IRIS: A Concern for People Starting HIV Therapy

...liver, in lymph nodes, in nerve fibers, and even in areas outside organs like your immune system. Inflammation can be acute or chronic . Acute inflammation is when your body first responds by sending white blood cells to the damaged area.... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

Hepatitis: Overview

...viruses, or HAV, HBV, and so on. Over 90% of cases of hepatitis are caused by hepatitis A, B, or C. Viral hepatitis can be acute or chronic. Acute means the first few weeks to months after you get hepatitis. You may feel sick for a couple of... Read more »
The Well Project

Understanding Hepatitis

...prescription drugs, or toxic chemicals (known as "hepatotoxicity") Attack by the body's immune system (a form of hepatitis called autoimmune hepatitis) Your Liver First, a little background information about your liver. The liver is... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

Hepatitis C and HIV

...HCV and not know it. About 15% to 30% of people clear the hep C virus from their bodies without treatment. The rest develop chronic infection, and the virus stays in their body unless it is successfully treated. Hep C might not cause any problems... Read more »
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hi!!

Posted by willbestrong1, 2 Replies
hi everybody!! Last week i had my elisa test and it was positive. then they did western blot test but now they cant say anything..i mean the doctor told me he cant say whether i am negative or positive..they will have some more research on... Read more »

for hiv- people with long lasting symptoms

Posted by Jambasher, 4 Replies
...Persistant Rashes resistant to treatment Palmar/plantar erythema = red hands and feet Concentration difficulties Shortness of breath Chronic cough Night sweats Weight loss Urinary tract infections and so on. Some times also opportunistic... Read more »

Back in the land of limbo at 7months

Posted by rufenough, 3 Replies
Dear All, It is with anxiety and dissapointment that I find myself back on the "Am I infected" forum. I lots happened to me in 7+ months. Ive gone from extreme anxiety about contracting HIV, to absolute relief to testing negative at about 7 weeks,... Read more »

Medicine - To be or not to be

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
...try here too. Over there, all I got was a message filled with hate... Anyway I was just diagnosed after having trouble with chronic yeast infections, all this trouble started after I got a flu shot for the first time?! Anyone want to comment on... Read more »