Diabetes And Hypothyroidism And Hiv Testing
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University of Minnesota, School of MedicineHypothyroidism appears to be modestly more common in HIV+ persons than in the general population (where it occurs on a modest rate). There has not been a link established between any particular HIV drug or regimen and thyroid dysfunction. KH... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineSeems unlikely that a drug interaction between your HIV and other meds. Xanax can cause fatigue /sleep problems when used over time. Sleep apnea and other sleep disorders can be a factor for some patients. Polycystic ovarian syndrome can be very... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHello and thanks for your post.Hypothyroidism is a not uncommon illness in the general population, particularly among (pardon me) middle aged women. Furthermore, some epidemiologic studies have suggested that thyroid disease is more common among... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyDoes anybody know if having diabetes would effect hiv antibody production after infection??? I'm a juvenile diabetic who tested negative (ELISA) at 6 weeks and i'm so scared that my body hadn't developed antibodies yet. Please let me know if anyone... Read more »
Posted by nipPOZ, 2 RepliesI'm really confused already I got 2 negative hiv tests but still having symptoms. I was diagnosed with oral candidiasis this worried me well.I never took antibiotics and I'm not a smoker no diabetic also. I have so many symptoms including oral... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 4 RepliesHi there...
I have never been tested for HIV before and I am a neurotic with anxiety issues.
After feeling like I have swollen glands for the past 2 months, my family doctor examined me and told me I didn't. I told him that I was afraid about HIV... Read more »
Posted by PJ211, 3 RepliesI really don't know what to say or how to talk to him about it. How do I start without falling apart in the process? The irony is that we're twins and it tears me apart. I always knew he needed to be safe, but I know he's lived a dangerous... Read more »
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