Does Having Systemic Candidiasis Mean I Have Hiv
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Grady Health SystemThere are several reasons why a person can develop candidiasis other than HIV including but not limited to use of broad spectrum antibiotics, systemic steroids, asthma inhalers and uncontrolled diabetes. In your message you stated that you had... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESThanks for your post.As far as I know, there's little scientific evidence that the severity (or lack thereof) of symptoms during seroconversion has any correlation to the pace and severity of HIV disease. In either case (using viral load as a... Read more »
University of Cincinnati, College of MedicineI don't know anything about this homeopathic product. There are a number of effective non-homeopathic medications for candidiasis. It is not normal for a basically healthy person to have candidiasis of the trachea, so I hope that you are... Read more »
Grady Health SystemThere are several potential reasons why a person may develop erythematous candidiasis (EC) such as use of a steroid-containing asthma inhaler, broad spectrum antibiotics, systemic steroids, uncontrolled diabetes and HIV. There are also several... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesGood afternoon, my question is the following:
One can have oral candidiasis, to last generation's eleven months of an exposition of risk and with four proofs ( ELISA ), last theirs to the 185 days of the aforementioned exposition, thanks to wholes, I... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 Repliesis it possible to get esophageal candidiasis several months after infection? Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI hope that someone will read this message!!!excuse my english.
three months before was my last sexual contact-protected.
but before this we were together in the tub...how foolish.
one week later i had sore throat runny nose,sneezing.after two weeks... Read more »
Posted by Survivor, 3 RepliesThought this was interesting... MSNBC Sunday Nov 13
LONDON - A British man claimed on Sunday to be the first person to become clear of the HIV virus, which can lead to AIDS, after earlier testing positive for it.
If true, the case of 25-year-old... Read more »
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