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Elective Surgery And Hiv Testing

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elective surgery/initial treatment/having children

I broke my nose rather badly few years back and was planning on having sme reconstructive surgery done in the next 6 months or so to remedy the situation... I was diagnosed HIV positive one week ago.. my previous test was negative, about 5 months...
Keith Henry, M.D.

Response from Keith Henry, M.D.

University of Minnesota, School of Medicine
The optimal time to start HIV treatment in recently infected persons is not known so no sweeping generalization is appropriate. Starting treatment early generally does not preserve much anti-HIV immunity. Elective surgery generally goes well in... Read more »

Elective Surgery for HIV+ Patients

I am a pre-operative transsexual(male-to-female). I was approved for and hadscheduled gender... Read more »

Elective Surgery and HIV Medication

I broke my nose in a car accident about 18 months ago and am considering rhinoplasty to correct the... Read more »
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An Open Letter From Phill Wilson, CEO, Black AIDS Institute on the Election of President-Elect Barack Obama and the Potential to Strengthen the National AIDS Response

Today is World AIDS day and I'm thinking about President-elect Barack Obama. As a 52-year-old Black gay man with HIV, I have many reasons to welcome the inauguration of Barack Obama. A big one is that an Obama administration has enormous potential... Read more »
AIDS United

Why This Election Matters to Women Living With and Affected by HIV/AIDS

The 2012 presidential election is significant for The Women's Collective because it has implications for the sexual and reproductive health rights of women; for the access and quality of care and support for women and girls living with and at-risk... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

HIV Sentinel Surveillance Among Women Seeking Elective Pregnancy Termination, San Francisco

The researchers sought to study HIV prevalence, incidence and risk factors among women seeking elective pregnancy termination in San Francisco. They conducted a cross-sectional survey of a consecutive sample of women seeking elective pregnancy... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

African National Congress Likely to Win South African Election Despite Discontent Over Government's HIV/AIDS Policies

The African National Congress , South Africa's ruling party, likely will win the country's national elections on Wednesday despite the "massive and growing toll" of HIV/AIDS on the country, "discontent" over the government's policies on... Read more »
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HIV Testing and Surgery

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
Was wondering if anyone out there knows whether it is standard hospital practice to test patients for HIV prior to major surgery. Thanx

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Election

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
There seems to be a lot of confusion on this sight as to who you should vote for in the next presidential election being hiv positive.

The media and the demmocratic liberals want to make it sound like Bush is ignoring the AIDS epidemic.

If you do... Read more »

surgery

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
when you have surgery do they test for hiv in your blood work

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Surgery

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
Does a hospital test a person for HIV before major surgery and if so will they inform the patient if they are positve.

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