Does Having Fatigue Mean I Have Hiv
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi J in NYC,HIV-associated fatigue is extremely common. That's why we have an entire expert forum devoted to the topic! The cause of HIV-associated fatigue often turns out to be multifactorial. That means there are several contributing... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,Declining red blood cell counts could mean that you are becoming anemic. Fatigue is a common symptom of anemia, as are rapid heartbeat, exercise intolerance, headaches, decreased sex drive, inability to concentrate, shortness of breath, and... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,There are many potential underlying causes that can contribute to HIV-associated fatigue, including anemia, hormonal imbalances, occult infections, medication side effects/toxicities, psychological causes, etc. Many times the underlying cause of... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineChronic pain is a common problem in the general population with chronic pain and fatigue perhaps even more common in HIV+ persons. Often cause is unclear and treatment unsatisfactory as you suggest. For some patients warmer climates do seem to help... Read more »
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Posted by AnonymousI performed unprotected oral sex on a transexual (a shemale with penis) escort. Just 3-4 sucks. She did not cum. This happened about two months ago. I have had absolutely no symptoms since then. No fever, rashes or muscle pain. Fatigue is there,... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHi guys-
I have heard lots about HIV and fatigue...when does this tiredness come into play? Soon after you contract HIV or not until you've had it for years? Thanks.
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI used to work at an std clinic in Chicago:
If there was anykind of exposure - low or high - and then followed by more than 5 symptoms related to hiv (ie rash, fever, swollen nodes, joint pain, diariahh etc) beginning 2-4 weeks after the... Read more »
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 »
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