Does Burning Penis Mean I Have Hiv

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throat burning sensations with Aptripla

Firstly thank you for this great forum. I find it incredibly helpful particularly as I live in a developing country and have no support services. My question is I have been on Aptipla for about 3 months and regularly (but not every day) have a...
Keith Henry, M.D.

Response from Keith Henry, M.D.

University of Minnesota, School of Medicine
...examination of the throat would be helfpul to sort out. If swallowing similar size capsules and food/liquids doesn't trigger similar burning sensations then you might have an unusual reaction to the Atripla which might lead to consideration of a... Read more »

Is it PN and should I stop considering HIV as a cause of these symptoms?

Hi doctor Bob. This is the fourth time I am writing to you; please answer my question as your words... Read more »

fatigue and burning sensation in feet and palms

over the last one week, Iam feeling fatigue and little burning sensation in my hands and feet along... Read more »
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...those with HIV orwho have had anal intercourse. Symptoms May be no symptoms Anal bleeding, irritation, itching, or a burning sensation In very advanced stages, there may be abscesses, lumps, ulcers, and analdischarge Diagnosis ... Read more »
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Reducing the Risk of Getting HIV From Sexual Activities

...considered "safer" sex. The parts of the body where HIV could enter the bloodstream are the anus and rectum, the vagina, the penis, the mouth, and the eyes. These body parts must be protected from contact with HIV-infected fluids. HIV cannot go... Read more »
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