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Ear Infection Sign Of Seroconversion

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ear infection

Dear AllI was diagnosed in December 2001 and since that time have continued to have a very good CD4 (around 800) but also a high viral load (averaging 90,000). About a year ago I got an ear infection, probably from swimming, and since that time I...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hi Simon,First off, 50 is the new 30. Next, with CD4s around 800, your immune competence should be excellent. I assume your persistently high viral load of 90,000 is due to the fact you have not yet started HIV meds, right? If that's not the case... Read more »

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My poor baby

Posted by franfrog, 1 Reply
...So my daughter has always had ear infection after ear infection. She had to have the tubes put in twice and the second time they even took her adnoids out. Well, she had Read more »

hearing

Posted by Anonymous
...does anyone know if ears feeling plugged and/or an ear infection are symptoms of hiv? Thanks Read more »

crazy ass desease

Posted by chrisbadmushroom, 1 Reply
...viral infection from work related needle stick but anyway we all have sever fatigue and fungle infections reoccurring middle ear infections joint pain and get sick allot I have tested out to like 15 or 16 months with all negative results i have... Read more »

some one please help

Posted by chrisbadmushroom, 5 Replies
...and 1530 at about a year. I have been told repeatedly that this is not hiv but what is it then. oh i have reoccurring middle ear infections to yea. My children and wife a affected to wife got hpv so bad in 1 years time required surgery to remove... Read more »