Does Flaky Skin Mean I Have Hiv
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi Tammy,HIV disease is associated with a variety of dermatological problems. Luckily most of them can be kept in reasonably good control with appropriate medications. Your dryness and itchiness may be related to seborrhea, eczema or a number of... Read more »
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How Did Circumcision Prevent HIV in Clinical Trials in Africa ... And What Does It Mean for the United States?Recent research shows that circumcision 1 could be an effective new HIV prevention tool, especially in areas of the world with high HIV prevalence and low rates of circumcision. This promising news is clearly significant for sub-Saharan Africa. It... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI was a frequenter to this board almost two years ago. For all the worried well, please read this.
In Oct '99, I had a low risk exposure with a man who I found out two weeks later was poz.
About a week after my exposure, I noticed a small... Read more »
Posted by Antre, 2 RepliesHallo. I have read a lot of articles before asking this question but I still have a question (maybe due to the fact that I do not have medical knowledge). We know that HIV does not survive for very long outside the body. Actually as soon as the body... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 Replywhat are K.S. sores? are they the dark purple or brown marks on your skin that look like bruises and if they are what does if mean if you have several of these just appearing out of nowhere but you are not sure if you have the virus. can these... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesHello, my name is Steve and I've just tested negative at eleven weeks. I'd like to share my story because its very similar to some of the others that have appeared here. Sorry its a long story, but its consumed my whole life for the past (nearly)... Read more »
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